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Coming to Eastern with individual and 
diverse expectations, we, the students, 
were still one in that we shared a com- 
mon environment. Eastern added to each 
life a spark of excitement with the beauty 
of each season. The blending of nature's 
gifts with man's technical knowledge 
added to the campus a feeling of per- 
manence. 



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Through a blend of 
campus surroundings and 
the traditional classroom 
we made an attempt to 
fulfill our academic ex- 
pectations. Professors and 
students had much to of- 
fer in opening new realms 
of knowledge. Not only 
did the student learn from 
the classroom but he also 
learned more about him- 
self. 





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Milestone 7 



"If your everyday life seems poor to 
you," writes Rilke, "do not accuse it; ac- 
cuse yourself, tell yourself you are not 
poet enough to summon up its 
riches ..." 

And if life seemed poor to a student at 
Eastern, then that student had no one to 
accuse but himself, for riches were here 
for those who would look. A student had 
only to involve himself — with friends, 
with teachers, in sports, in theater, in 
fraternities, even in classes. 

Through this involvement, students 
found true that paradox which so per- 
vades life: the more they gave of them- 
selves, the more they had to keep. 





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10 Milestone 





"Nothing great was ever achieved 
without enthusiasm." 

— Emerson 



Milestone 11 




I shall be telling this with 

a sigh 

Somewhere ages and ages 

hence: 

Two roads diverged in a wood, 

and I — 

I took the one less traveled 

by, 

And that has made all the 

difference. 

— Robert Frost 




12 Milestone 





Students took many paths 
to get to Eastern, and when 
they got here found many 
other paths to follow. They 
also found many people to 
lead them down these paths 
— teachers, advisors, ad- 
ministrators. Eventually these 
paths ended; the leaders 
could lead no further. And 
that is when these students 
found out what education 
was — the process by which 
they gained the ability to 
make their own roads. 



Milestone 13 



Living and learning — 
that phrase, often heard at 
Eastern, implies a separa- 
tion where there is none. 
Living is learning, and not 
all learning is done in the 
classroom. "We cannot 
learn men from books," 
says Disraeli. We learn 
people from other peo- 
ple. That is the most 
meaningful part of educa- 
tion at Eastern — what we 
learn of people through 
the relationships and 
friendships we form. 













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Moving In: A Hectic Experience 




20 Student Life 





After traveling long hours with a carload of 
clothes, books and other necessities, students 
arrived to fill the dormitory rooms. For 
freshmen it u'as a new experience but for most 
upper classmen it was a headache. Standing in 
long lines to receive room keys, linens and 
roommate assignments added to the day's 
frustration. With the aid of friends and parents, 
students finally got their room in order and set- 
tled down for the fall semester. Another 
problem students had to deal with was the lack 
of parking space around the dorms. Spaces close 
to the dorm entrances were at a premium and 
those that arrived early were afforded the 
choice locations. 



OPPOSITE TOP: Before leaving family and friends to go inside and get 
settled down this freshman girl silently contemplates her college life 
ahead. OPPOSITE BOTTOM: Some parents enlist the aid of a dolly to 
cart heavier boxes of necessities into the dorms. ABOVE: Patty 
Thompson, a freshman from Shepherdsville, Ky. unpacks her luggage as 
family members observe. LEFT: Under the strain of keeping her clothes 
in order Jayne Myers tries to hold the door open for a willing helper. 



Student Life 21 



RIGHT: A chance to socialize before the busy 
semester begins, but only with students 
whose last names begin with the same letter as 
yours. BELOW: Long lines have long been 
associatecJ with registration. The mood fluc- 
tuates with the weather. OPPOSITE TOP: 
Almost to the end. The inevitable forms must 
all be filled in by this time. OPPOSITE LOWER 
LEFT: "Initial and move on down the line. 
There are more stops to make." OPPOSITE 
LOWER RIGHT: Any space that's convenient 
serves as a place to fill out forms. Lots of paper 
work makes for a lot of anxiety. 










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"Where do I go now?" "Separate your cards 
by color and make sure that you've signed each 
on the back." "I'm sorry, but that class is 
closed." 

Phrases like these befuddled students during 
registration. Long lines often made for short 
tempers, but if students could tolerate the in- 
convenience for a half a day, they emerged from 
the coliseum with a new schedule. It may not 
have been the one they originally planned; it 
may not have lasted the semester without 
changes, but for each student who endured the 
process, the end of registration meant the 
beginning of relief. 




New Open House Proves Successful 



For those who were lucky enough to have 
friends of the opposite sex, open house was a 
convenient privilege; and it became even more 
convenient this year with the liberalizing of the 
old open house policy. 

Open house hours were increased to 16, and 
whether students used these extra hours to play 
cards, watch television, study, or whatever, they 
generally welcomed the change. 

Other rules were changed; doors were not re- 
quired to be kept open, for instance, guarantee- 
ing students privacy that is often hard to find at 
the University. 

These changes, however, did not prevent the 
moments of embarrassment or hilarity that open 
house often affords — those times when a forget- 
ful student let open house hours slip his mind, 
and found himself scampering to his room, 
looking as if he were trying to revive the streak- 
ing fad. 

Despite these occasional inconveniences, 
though, most students saw the open house 
changes as improvements, and hoped for more 
improvement in the years ahead. 







OPPOSITE TOP: To find a convenient 
place to study together is one task 
solved by ttne new rules. Open iiouse 
provides a profitable stud\ time for 
Kerry Moore and SInaron Wells. 
OPPOSITE BOTTOM: At Com- 
monwealth these students relax while 
playing a game of cards as a welcome 
change to the daily routine. TOP: In- 
stead of going out for refreshment. 
Shelly Stanbaugh and Mike Morris 
decide to fix a pitcher of lemonade 
while enjoying the freedom en\oked 
by the new policy. BOTTOM: This coed 
finds the comfort of her room the best 
place to study. 



Student Life 25 



Summer Time Adds 
Life to Campus 



Eastern's campus during the summer is a busy 
but refreshing place. With the lively green trees 
in bloom it is the perfect setting for work and 
leisure. Students participating in Upward Bound 
for the summer got a chance to live away from 
home and attend classes in a collegiate at- 
mosphere. 

Seminars, clinics, and conferences also 
allowed adults and students an opportunity to 
acquire new skills and talents. The climax of the 
summer came when graduating students 
received their diplomas. 



RIGHT: David Butcher makes progress on his Upward Bound project. 
BELOW: Bellevue musician Jeff Bertche strains to read his music and play 
his instrument at the same time. 





26 Student Life/Summer 




TOP: Observers watch as a fellow beekeeper demonstrates the proper 
technique of removing honey cones. LEFT: Graduation is exciting for the 
graduate but for family members the evening takes its toll especially on 
those younger ones. ABOVE: A graduate checks to make sure it's her 
name printed on the diploma. 



Student Life/Summer 27 



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The Working Student: A Busy Life 



With the steadily increasing inflation rate 
making today's economic pinch that much 
tighter, many students were faced with the 
prospect of working while attending college. 
Some students turned to institutional on- 
campus jobs, while others went off campus to 
seek employment. 

The several fast-food chains on the Eastern By- 
Pass supplied an almost unlimited source of em- 
ployment for EKU students. Even though stu- 
dents found that their jobs were a drain on their 
precious time, they also found that those same 
college jobs would help them establish them- 
selves in the job market of tomorrow. 



TOP: Senior Ed Craves checks over the stocking situation in the frozen 
foods department at Richmond s IGA. As night manager he must also 
make sure it's all accounted for accurately. RIGHT: Lisa Earlywine lays 
out advertisements for the Richmond Register as a part-time job. 



28 Student Life 





LEFT: A junior from Hoboken, S. )., 
Howard Figueroa works as an assis- 
tant custodian at Britts Department 
Store in Richmond, Ky. BOTTOM: 
Working at a pizza carry-out 
sometimes means more than just 
delivering pizzas. Mark Williams 
gets into the other aspects of the 
pizza business. 




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When a typical student goes away to college, 
the parting words are often something like, "If 
you can make it through registration, you can 
make it through anything." Oddly enough, 
those very words were told to at least one 
physically handicapped student. And for a 
while, he believed them. But nobody said 
anything about climbing steps which can 
seemingly go on forever. To others, they are 
merely steps. Like the ones outside of the 
Wallace Building. "A piece of cake," you say 
nonchalantly. Try going up backwards, maybe 
even with a backpack full of books. To make 
things really interesting, add a thin sheet of ice. 
It is the physically handicapped student's 
nightmare. Nobody said much about the 
showers, either. But when you leave a pair of 
crutches on the outside, how can you be expec- 
ted to stand on the inside with no bars? Pray for 
a miracle? Nah. That went out with charismatic 
preachers. Ask the University to do something, 
maybe? Possibly. But no matter how many 
ramps, elevators, or whatever else are installed, 
the most important aid has nothing at all to do 
with architecture. 

It's an attitude of helpfulness and un- 
derstanding, which, thank goodness, is plainly 
evident here at the University. Without it, the 
handicapped student is forced to face a nearly 
impossible barrier. 

With it, however, he or she can, as Gail Rose 
Bennett once wrote, "transform every stum- 
bling block into a stepping stone." 




30 Student Life 



Handicapped — The Dilemmas 




LEFT: Though handicapped that doesn't mean freshman 
Brian Blair cannot get around with but a minimal 
amount of difficulty. BELOW: With very few books 
available in braile Cayle Stamps has willing students 
come and help her by reading books. This book written 
in braile helps Gayle study for her lessons in history. 




Student Life 31 



Lambda Chi Bust Attracts Students 



The Lambda Chi Alpha 
"Watermelon Bust," which 
was held on September 21st, 
brought "seedy" excitement 
to the campus. Teams from 
various Greek and indepen- 
dent co-ed groups par- 
ticipated in the bust. A 
greased melon relay, seed 
spitting, watermelon rolling, 
and watermelon eating con- 
test were a few of the many 
games offered by the sponsors 
of the bust. 



RIGHT: The watermelon rolling event in- 
volves concentration, speed and balance by 
the participants. BELOW RIGHT: This co-ed 
tries to gain the correct trajectory to obtain 
maximum distance in her seed spitting at- 
tempt. BELOW: A hungry participant takes a 
time out to munch on a piece of watermelon. 





32 Student Life/Creek Fairs 




Sigma ChPs 
Derby Day 

"A Touch of Class" 



"A Touch of Class" was the theme of this 
year's Sigma Chi Derby, which brought a week 
of activity to the campus. 

Celebrations began early in the week when 
eight competing sororities displayed pep ban- 
ners and led cheers in the East Tennessee pep 
rally. Later in the week, the Sigma Chi members 
dodged sorority girls in the "Derby Chase." 

The Derby was held at the Sigma Chi chapter 
house. Events like "Creamy Dream," "Zipper 
Stripper," and "Pig Pen" had the sororities com- 
peting with all the enthusiasm they could 
muster. 

Participating for the first time, the sorors of 
Alpha Kappa Alpha took first place. 



ABOVE: The "Creamy Dream" draws smiles from everyone at this year's 
Sigma Chi Derby. The Derby was held at the chapter house and eight 
sororities competed. BELOW: The brothers of Sigma Chi watch these 
sorority girls in the "Zipper Stripper," a quick clothing change in a sleep- 
ing bag. BELOW RIGHT: Sorors of Alpha Kappa Alpha round the final 
turn in the six-legged race. They went on to win the overall trophy. 




Student Life/Creek Fairs 33 





2 AE Hosts Annual County Fair 



The 9th annual Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon County Fair was held 
this year on September 29. 
Several fraternities and soror- 
ities sponsored booths and 
competed in the events. 

The rope v^'alk was a popular 
booth along with the 
swingsponge booth and the 
basketball toss booth. Events 
such as the stiltwalk, the cider 
chug, the checkers cham- 
pionship and the cigarette 
rolling contest also challenged 
competitors. Winning the 
overall sorority trophy was 
Alpha Gamma Delta. Sigma Pi 
won the fraternity trophy. 

TOP: These pledges graciously offered their 
services as targets. As part of their initiation 
they sat, while people who paid for the 
chance lobbed eggs at them. TOP RIGHT: The 
start of the stiltwalk required some teamwork 
as here one KD plays squire, helping her 
friend mount the stilts. RIGHT: A cider chug- 
ging match was hotly contested. Here two 
competitors come up for air while a third 
keeps on chugging. 




34 Student Life/Greeks 



Rush: A Time Of Apprehension 




Rush week started the year off at Eastern with 
a whirl of parties. Girls chose the sorority they 
wanted to join; sororities chose the girls they 
wanted as members. 

Greek Rush 1978, like rush in the past, was 
characterized by many get acquainted parties, 
and then preference parties marked the begin- 
ning of the more serious business of the selec- 
tion process. 

Rush also gave rushees a chance to meet new 
friends from the different sororities on campus. 
Although the week was very nerve wracking and 
frustrating, each girl gained knowledge of the 
sorority systems on campus. 



LEFT: At one of their rush parties, a few of the Phi Mu sorority sisters in- 
form one of their rushees about themselves and their organization. 
Creek Rush 1978 proved to be a big success at EKU. BOTTOM LEFT: In a 
1950's skit by the Pi Beta Phi sisters, they compare sorority life in the past 
to today's. During Greek rush, skits proved to be an effective form of 
entertainment. BELOW: Alpha Gamma Delta illustrate their theme for 
rush with skits and various costumes. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs 
went over well with the rushees. 




Student Life/Greek Fairs 35 



Spirit of Homecoming Begins With Parade 



Preparation for Homecoming 78 began 
months in advance of the big day. Plans for 
floats and dorm decorations, the long hours of 
practice for those performing in the parade: all 
had to be completed. 

The week before Homecoming was hectic as 
the plans were executed. Students spent long 
hours hammering, stuffing, and painting parade 
floats, sandwiching their studies in between 
everything that needed to be done. Happily 
mid-terms were out of the way and was one 
thing that didn't need to be worried about. 

At last. Homecoming Day dawned warm and 
bright. Everything, including the parade, was 
beautiful as a result of the hard work by those 
involved. 



TOP RIGHT: Wayne Sills and other members of the Baptist Student 
L man work on their flaot, "Close Encounters of the Murray Kind". 
BELOW: Tiie Little Colonels, with trees in the background ablaze with 
fall colors, parade down Lancaster Avenue. BOTTOM RIGHT: 

Rainbow, a clown who plays golf, prepares to tee-off on the parade 
route. 








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TOP: Members of the FTD Club admire the Agriculture Club's entry in 
the Homecoming float competition. ABOVE: With a lot of imagination 
and much work, Sullivan Hall turns into Willy Wonka's Chocolate Fac- 
tory. RIGHT: Beta Theta Pi expresses their school spirit with a take-off of 
Rhett Butler's famous statement from Cone with the Wind. 



Student Life 37 



Movie Magic Begins Successful Weekend 




Disco was definitely on the scene in T978, and 
the Homecoming dance proved it. Decked with 
glittering stars above the dance floor and a 
lighted sign outside displaying the theme 
"Movie Magic", the Keen Johnson Building was 
transformed into a reasonable imitation of a 
disco. The formal mid-fall dance allowed people 
to mingle and also gave Homecoming judges 
the opportunity to become more familiar with 
the contestants. A disc jockey played records for 
the dance which took place on the Friday night 
before the game. After several hours of music 
and dancing participants left the dance feeling 
Eastern would have a successful Homecoming 
weekend. 



TOP: An antique car lends a '30'5 touch to the Keen Johnson Building on 
the night of the Homecoming dance, RIGHT: Homecoming Queen con- 
testants dance with their escorts beneath the glitter of the stars hanging 
from the ceiling of the Keen Johnson Building. 




38 Student Life/Homecoming 





On November 4, Leon Redbone appeared in 
Brock Auditorium to present the opening 
Homecoming concert. Redbone became known 
to most people in his appearance on "Saturday 
Night Live". Eastern students were attracted to 
the concert by the distinctively mellow and 
rumbling voice of Redbone as he sang the old 
standard song "Shine on Harvest Moon". 

Spectators of the concert received a 
refreshing, funny and colorful engagement. 
Another concert attraction during the 
Homecoming festivities was Evelyn "Cham- 
page" King. Ms. King also presented to EKU a 
variety of disco music to complement her 
mellow voice. To enhance her performance she 
also had very talented background vocals. Both 
of these talented performers made the 
Homecoming weekend very memorable. 



TOP: Leon Redbone accompanies himself on the guitar as he entertains 
during Homecoming week. The diversity of his act seemed to please his 
listeners on a personal basis. ABOVE: Evelyn Champagne King uses har- 
mony to satisfy the audience with her smooth silky disco sound. She en- 
tertained the audience with her hit single "Shame". 



Student Life/Homecoming 39 




Unseasonably warm weather set the stage for 
Eastern's 1978 Homecoming. School spirit, 
building all week, ran especially high under the 
cloudless blue sky, with a sun hot enough to 
burn the keyed-up crowd. 

The Colonels did their best, too, to make 
Homecoming what it should be, winning over 
Murray's Racers 24-20. A near record-breaking 
99 yard kick-off return by the Colonels added 
extra excitement for students and returning 
alumni. 

These things added up to make Homecoming 
78 a movie-maker's fantasy. And what more apt 
way could there be to express the theme of 
"Movie Magic" ? 



TOP: White, gold and maroon flags fluttering in the breeze add some 
extra flash to the band performance. RIGHT: The Begley building filled 
with the Homecoming crowd looms over the Marching Maroons. 



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TOP: Dave Flores kicks another extra point on his way to a record 
setting season. LEFT: Watching during a quieter moment of the game 
are Homecoming Queen Martha Taglauer and Flint Coltharp. ABOVE: 
The Marching Maroons form a backdrop for the pre-game crowning of 
the Homecoming Queen. 



Student Life/Homecoming 41 



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A beautiful autumn day set the mood for 
Eastern's football game and crowning of the 
1978 Homecoming Queen. Miss Martha 
Taglauer, a senior majoring in interior design, is 
from Fort Wright, Kentucky. Martha is president 
of Kappa Delta sorority and was sponsored by 
that sorority. She is also a member of the 
American Society of Interior Designers and is a 
Phi Delta Theta little sister. Martha enjoys swim- 
ming, volleyball and lifeguarding. Future plans 
for the 21-year old Miss Taglauer include 
becoming an interior designer and to work with 
an architectural firm. 





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20 year-old Cheryl Frazier, a sophomore from 
Louisville, Kentucky, was sponsored by Palmer 
Hall. Cheryl is majoring in Police Administration 
with a minor in Corrections. Among other ac- 
tivities, she is a Kappa Alpha fraternity little 
sister, she serves on Walters Hall House Council, 
and acts as sergeant-at-arms for the Association 
of Law Enforcement. Some of Cheryl's interests 
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RIGHT: Sponsored by Keene Hall, sophomore 
Aletha Sizemore's major is nursing. Aletha is ac- 
tive in the Alpha Delta Pi sorority and enjoys 
writing and traveling. LEFT: A sophomore 
medical technology major, Crystal Williams was 
sponsored by O'Donnell Hall. She is a member 
of Alpha Delta Pi sorority, and an EKU 
cheerleader. BOTTOM: General Business major 
Kim Montgomery enjoys swimming and gym- 
nastics. She was sponsored by Todd Hall and is a 
Sigma Chi Little Sister. 




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TOP: A junior from Berea, Carol Merritt is a 

member of Phi Mu sorority. Sponsoring Carol 
was Sigma Pi fraternity. ABOVE: EKU Bowling 
Club's candidate, Donna Hayes, is a member of 
Kappa Delta Theta sorority and an EKU 
cheerleader. Donna is majoring in Business Ad- 
ministration and Marketing. LEFT: Karen Harris 
plans to go into research upon her graduation. 
Majoring in microbiology, she was sponsored by 
Miller, Beckham, and McCreary Halls. 



Student Life/Homecoming 47 



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RIGHT: A nursing major from California, Ken- 
tucky, junior Cheryl Criesinger was sponsored 
by Burnam Hall. Cheryl is attending Eastern on a 
Presidential Scholarship, and is a member of the 
Student/Faculty Board of Nursing. BELOW: 
Freshman Judy Meiman enjoys tennis and rac- 
quetball. She is a resident assistant and is a mem- 
ber of the house council. She was sponsored by 
Commonwealth Hall. BOTTOM: Walters Hall 
sponsored Kim Carr. Kim is a Medical 
Laboratory major and is a member of Kappa 
Alpha Theta. 




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TOP: Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sweetheart Bonnie 
Campbell, a senior from Louisville, is majoring 
in Police Administration and Industrial Security. 
Bonnie was sponsored by Telford Hall. ABOVE: 
Cathy Cundiff plans to teach in an elementary 
school at the primary level. She is a Lambda Chi 
Crescent Girl and was sponsored by Kappa Delta 
Tau Service Sorority. LEFT: Senior Terea Carter, 
a special education major from Hartford, Ken- 
tucky, was sponsored by Delta Sigma Theta. 
Terea enjoys sewing and reading. 



Student Life/Homecoming 49 



Autumn Beauty Stirs Busy Campus 



Autumn colored Eastern's 
"campus beautiful" in vivid 
hues of red, orange, green, 
brown, and gold. October's 
bright sun painted the leaves 
while they were on the trees, 
then November's rainy gales 
tumbled them to the ground. 
Fall gave warning of the cold 
winter ahead by occasional 
chilling temperatures and 
gusting winds. As in years past, 
students and faculty looked 
for excuses to walk through 
the colorful ravine, radiant 
with fall colors. 




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Student Life/ Autumn Aesthetics 51 



The Reality of True Vanity 



On November 16th the Eastern 
Theater Department presented Jack 
Heifner's play "Vanities". The play is an 
intense study of three women, and how 
vanity destroyed their lives. The trio 
reflects on their metamorphosis into 
women as they look back on their 
school days. The costumes played an 
integral role in the production, reveal- 
ing to the audience the period of time 
considered. 



RIGHT: Joanne (Donna Kilgore), Kathy (Kathy Morris) and 
Mary (Anita Lenhart) seriously discuss new types of cheers 
to perform at a ballgame. BELOW RIGHT: Separated since 
leaving college, loanne, Kathy and Mary are reunited. 
They've exchanged their cheerleading outfits for women's 
clothing, but they've retained their vanities. BELOW: The 
decision of whether or not to go to college worries Kathy as 
Mary and loanne persistently wait for her answer. 




52 Student Life 




The Shadow Box 
Deals With Death 

On February 21st the Theater Department of 
Eastern Kentucky University presented the play, 
The Shadow Box. Written by Micheal Cristofer, 
The Shadow Box is a web of viginettes about 
three families who must contend with the 
knowledge that one of their members is dying. 
The play is about death but, it actually explores 
the meaning of life. 

The simplicity of the sets and props added to 
the starkness of the reality of the play. Lighting 
effects were also another factor contributing to 
the success of The Shadow Box. 

Although the plays deals with death as a 
depressing part of life, it also enhances the 
audience to realize and to explore the true 
meaning of life. 



TOP: Brian (J. D. Sutton) and Beverly (Janet Berry) talk over the old times 
of their brief marriage. Beverly had come back to comfort Brian after she 
heard of his illness. BOTTOM LEFT: Maggie (Leslie Truman) tries to talk 
herself out of believing that her husband will soon die from an illness. 
BOTTOM RIGHT: Felicity (Anita Lenhart) and her daughter Agnes 
(Kathy Morris) await the arrival of Felicity's other daughter Claire. 




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Stricken with disco fever, 
whirling and bumping Eastern 
students took to the floors of 
downtown bars to strut their 
stuff. The dancers exhibited 
varying degrees of skill — 
some went on the floor 
without thought to design and 
let the rhythm take them 
where it would; others ex- 
ecuted complicated steps, 
twirling their partners and 
gliding across the floor, while 
their less mobile peers looked 
on, envious and awestruck. 

Weekly dance contests of- 
fered more proficient dancers 
a chance to prove their skills 
against other contestants. 
Dressed in the height of danc- 
ing fashion, they compared 
their moves to those of others 
in the advanced stages of disco 
fever. 




54 Student Life/Disco 





OPPOSITE ABOVE: A few EKU students find enjoyment whirling to the 
music at a local discotheque. OPPOSITE BELOW: The spirit of competi- 
tion creates dramatic movements and actions. TOP: Precision and timing 
are just two essentials for a winning disco team. ABOVE: Bright lights, 
quick movements, and pulsating music create a chaotic atmosphere in 
downtown clubs. RIGHT: Attempting different disco techniques is just 
one way to achieve the perfect routine. 



Student Life'Disco 55 



Starbuck Opens Up Concert Season 



Starbuck brought its mellow, southern rock 
and roll sound back to the Hiram Brock 
Auditorium on September 30th, opening the 
University Centerboard's concert season for the 
second year in a row. 

They combined exotic African instruments 
with more conventional guitars and keyboards, 
using these diverse instruments to create a 
unique blend of music. Starbuck sang some of 
its hits such as "Moonlight Feels Right" and "I 
Got to Know." 

Starbuck's versatile music began the concert 
season on an upbeat. 




TOP: The spotlight is on Starbuck's Dave Shaves as he favors the 
audience with his work on the guitar. ABOVE: Band members back up 
the lyrics with their guitars and synthesizers. More exotic African instru- 
ments lent a diversity to Starbuck's compositions. 




ABOVE: Dave Shaves harmonizes with lead singer Bruce Blackman un- 
der the glow of the multi-colored spotlights so integral to Starbuck's 
show. 



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LEFT: A musician who can play many 
instruments adds to concert ex- 
perience. This member of John Prine's 
band played harmonica, mandolin, 
xylophone and piano. BOTTOM: 
Background vocals are essential to any 
successful act; in John Prine's concert 
this is no exception. 




John Prine Stirs 
Up Fun in Music 

John Prine brought his sometimes folk, 
sometimes country, sometimes rock and roll act 
to a packed Brock Auditorium on February 12. 

The rock sound with which Prine began his 
concert (on the tune "Spanish Pipedream") was 
a departure from the solo style that many of his 
fans in the audience knew him by. But the sheer 
fun Prine got from playing was contagious; he 
had the crowd with him from the beginning. 

Later Prine played some of the solo numbers 
on which his small but steady following was 
built. "Dear Abby", "Paradise" and "Illegal 
Smile"; these were the songs his audience had 
come to hear. With only his guitar to accompany 
his gravelly voice, Prine's satirical lyrics came to 
the foreground. Throughout the concert Prine 
kept the one internal ingredient so essential to 
his popularity — he had fun. 



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On February 28, 2,500 hundred music fans 
filed into the Alumni Coliseum to hear the 
music of the Outlaws and UFO. 

UFO warmed the audience up with their 
high-energy, hard rock music. Though they are 
a somewhat new band, UFO showed promise of 
talent yet to come. They played with 
professionalism and organization such numbers 
as "Rock Me, Roll Me," and "Too FHot To Han- 
dle". 

Then to the theme from "Star Wars", the Out- 
laws took the stage. They played some of the 



country-rock numbers which they made their 
reputation, songs like "Hurry Sundown," "You 
Are the Snow," and their hit single "There Goes 
Another Love Song". 

The Outlaws then favored their audience with 
some hard rock songs that were a departure 
from their well known country-rock style. 

The highlight of the evening came when the 
audience called for, and got arousing encore. 
The enthusiasm of the Outlaws generated ex- 
citement enought to make Eastern's first major 
concert in two years a success. 



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TOP: Different colored lights focus a multi-colored hue on the main at- 
traction — the Outlaws. LEFT: Hughie Thomasson plays the electric 
guitar with the skill and expertise of a successful performer. ABOVE: The 
spotlight shines on Hughie Thomasson and Freddie Salem as they ex- 
press their musical talents. 



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Mother Nature Leaves a Cascade of Beauty 



Winter kept the campus well covered with its 
own version of beauty. The chilling winds and 
snow did not, however, dampen spirits. Stu- 
dents found enjoyment and entertainment by 
going sledding or taking a quiet walk. 

Students also enjoyed better safety on the 
sidewalks this winter due to hard work by main- 
tenance. Alas, no matter how hard maintenance 
labored there were still problems. 

New friends were made as students helped 
push cars and aid those victims that fell on the 



Relief came after a long day of trudging 
through the cold and slush when coeds were 
able to retreat to their rooms and dream of the 
spring yet to come. 

The past events on campus have provided an 
infinite source of conversation material. The 
snow-trimmed evergreens, ice-laced statues, 
and numbing cold helped make winter a subject 
best remembered in the warmth of spring. 



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TOP: A fallen tree in the ravine gives the impression that these students 
are hiking out of a snowy forest. LEFT: Trees around campus were 
decked in the best of winter fashion, fashion shaped from ice, by the 
chilling wind. Here icicles dangled from the limbs of trees, and this pine 
cone, a remnant of autumn, is frozen in a cocoon of ice. 



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OPPOSITE TOP: As ice breaks the light into its 
basic colors it creates a psychedelic prism for 
the Powell Center Statue. OPPOSITE BOT- 
TOM: The snow-trimmed ravine enhances 
the beauty of the campus and provides the 
students with a place to play in the snow. 
LEFT: The Cammack Building sits above a 
fresh layer of snow and amid the ice covered 
trees. BOTTOM: Light from the Keen Johnson 
Building's clock tower casts an enchanting 
glow through the icy trees. 




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Summer Offers Unique Rewards For Some 



Ah, Summertime! Time to soak up some sun, 
play a little softball, do some swimming, and 
find a job to earn some money for the next year 
of school. But for at least three students, sum- 
mertime brought something different from 
swimming or work. 

Tony Gordon, for example, spent the past two 
summers in Bardstown, Ky., playing the role of 
the Devil in "The Stephen Foster Story". Feeling 
the urge to move on, Gordon will try out for this 
summer's Great Lakes Shakespeare Festival. 

Jim Parker also used the summer to hone his 
theatrical skills. Parker played the role of a 
British officer (one who he said exemplified 
"everything you'd dislike about a person") in 
"The Legend of Daniel Boone." 

And Kenny Elliot spent perhaps the most in- 
teresting summer of any Eastern student — he 
traveled through the African countries of 
Cameroon, Liberia, Senegal, and the Central 
African Empire as a "Sports Ambassador". Elliot 
combined his dazzling basketball skills with his 
ability to share his relationship with Jesus Christ 
to spread his Christian faith through these 
countries. 




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Eastern's Cooperative Education 
Program finished its fourth year of plac- 
ing students in positions that gave them 
opportunity to gain practical ex- 
perience in their field of study while 
earning money and academic credit for 
their work. 

Kenneth Noah was the coordinator 
of the Co-op program, which offered 
students the chance to earn up to 16 
hours of required academic credit. And 
Noah's office knew no geographic 
boundaries; it placed students in com- 
panies as far away as the Caribbean 
Islands and Europe. 

Noah, in an article in Eastern 
magazine, said the Co-op program "in- 
creases and improves educational 
processes available to students by ex- 
posing them to sophisticated 
procedures and equipment too costly 
to stimulate in the classroom". The 
program also gave participants the on- 
the-job experience that employers 
value so much. 



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students Learn Through Cooperative Ed. 





OPPOSITE TOP: Kelley Farley assists Dr. E.M. Odor, a local 
veterinarian, with this small dog as she works to earn co-op 
credit. OPPOSITE BOTTOM: Sophomore George Stapleton 
becomes the strong back needed to help fold the fire hose 
at the Richmond Fire Department. TOP LEFT: A junior from 
Chicago, III., Greg Wilkerson arranges a window display as 
part of his co-op program. TOP RIGHT: Trimming off dead 
leaves is an essential duty if the plant is to live as 
demonstrated by technical horticulture major John Davies. 
LEFT: Following directions is important to remember when 
having to wind up the water hose on the fire engine for 
these fire prevention and control majors. 



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Student Teaching — The Last Step 



Student teaching — What does it involve? Very 
few students ever experience the answer to that 
question unless they are education majors. Stu- 
dent teaching is that last step required to 
graduate a certified school teacher. It is also the 
time when the skills and knowledge that a 
teacher acquires in the classroom are put to the 
test in the field. Starting out, most student 
teachers are anxious, scared and more than 
anything else, just a little excited. But they 
generally faced to the challenge, for they un- 
derstood that that challenge is what education is 
all about. 



RIGHT: Timothv Caffin shows this student the proper way to hold a ping 
pong padde at Clark-Moore School. BOTTOM: Helping students with 
their chemistry formulas at Model Laboratory School is senior elemen- 
tary major Marcia Wilz. 






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ABOVE: Kathy Ison, a senior elementary 
education major from Somerset, Ky. realizes 
one of the most important jobs as being a stu- 
dent teacher is making sure everyone doesn't 
get glue all over the place. LEFT: Senior 
education major Rafael Grenier demonstrates 
the proper way of pronouncing words and 
syllables in Spanish. 



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Ag Attracts 
All Types 



Agriculture, in many forms, is fast becoming 
very popular among the college students at 
EKU. Many students are involved in agriculture 
so they can learn the type of skills taught by life 
on a farm. Others get involved so they can learn 
more about how to grow plants in their dorm 
room, or maybe to learn how to landscape or 
arrange plants in a yard. 

Many of the students who participated in ag 
sought degrees in that field so they could use 
their trades on their, or someone else's farm. 
Then there were the dietetics or political 
science major who were just curious about 
what's involved in the field of agriculture. The 
chance to be outdoors and learn satisfying skills 
attracted students to Agriculture Department 
courses. 




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OPPOSITE TOP: A senior Dietetics major, 
Jayne Judd, cleans the dairy barn and sweeps 
the debris down the waste canal. OPPOSITE 
BOTTOM: Before having his cow judged, 
lames Stevens gives his cow one last look. 
ABOVE: A bright, sunny day sets the perfea 
timing for agriculture major, Alvin Caldwell to 
get out and mow hay. BELOW: An important 
step in preparing a cov.; to be milked is clean- 
ing the udder of a cow. Jayne |udd performs 
this duty during her daily work at the barn. 



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student Athletes Realize Real Glory 



The wide array of sports available to Eastern 
students allowea participation in anything from 
water polo to fencing. Students competed on 
levels ranging from physical education classes to 
intramural and intercollegiate competition. 

As spectators of these contests, rew students 
appreciated the hard work, long hours and 
dedication involved in preparation for athletic 
performances. Student athletes budgeted their 
time to allow for behind-the-scene study, prac- 
tice, and obligations seldom seen by fans. 

In the end, this extra effort paid off as student 
athletes realized that the real victory came in the 
knowledge that they had done their best, and as 
a result of this hard work, had grown into deter- 
mined adults. 



TOP: Sophomore Danny Haney from Lexington, Ky, signs autographs for 
small faithful followers at the basketball autograph night. LEFT: A senior 
from Lynhurst, N.J., Loretta Coughlin receives helpful and essential 
guidance from the basketball coach, Shirly Duncan. 




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ABOVE: Sophomore Dale Patton poses 
like a statue as he starts training for 
football season early by lifting weights. 
TOP LEFT: After Vicki Renner com- 
pletes an exhausting long distance run 
she is aided by Jane Long and Paula Tip- 
ton. LEFT: Between school and tennis 
practice there is little time left for 
studying for Kathy Lisch as she tries to 
catch up at the library. 



Foreigners Bring International Flavor 




The world was moved right to our doorstep 
through the nearly 150 foreigners who came to 
the University this year, some to work as stu- 
dents, others as teachers. 

Along with the internationals, many of the 
world's conflicts were brought close to home, 
too. We saw, among other things, Iranians leave 
to fight their "holy war" and Taiwanese worry 
about their nation in light of the recognition of 
Red China. 

Also this year, some of us, because of our in- 
ternational friends, began to gain a broader, 
more realistic idea of what the world is and 
where we fit into it. 




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CENTER: Felix Obeifule, graduate assistant from Nigeria, gestures while 
Inelping with a conference in the Keen Johnson building. ABOVE LEFT: 
Cheng Wai Han (Phyllis) smiles for a picture in the snow, something she 
doesn't often see in her native Hong Kong. ABOVE: Bringing a part of 
her native culture with her to the United States, Shuko Ichikawa displays 
some Origami figures. OPPOSITE LEFT: Some students, like Hahn Do, 
work in the Library, Leaving just before the fall of Saigon, Hahn's family, 
natives of Vietnam, now live near Bardstown. 



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TOP: The vending machines in the Coates Administration 
building provide quick, filling, but not very nutritious meals. 
These lunchers make their lunch of soda and a bag of chips. 
ABOVE: An alternative to the quick snacks is the Powell 
Building's cafeteria, which serves the kind of food that keeps 
people going. RIGHT: This co-ed provides yet another alter- 
native to the quick -snack lunches. Her diet could get to be 
monotonous, though. 



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Good Nutrition Provides 
Lasting Energy 



Too often and for too many, lunch means 
whatever food is filling and can be gotten fast. 
When time rules the lunch break, many con- 
sumers will satisfy their hunger with a quick 
snack from the vending machines; they forget 
nutrition — forget it, that is, until they get to 
within an hour of quitting time and suddenly 
wonder where their energy went. Then they 
might realize that those people who always 
seem to be full of energy are probably those 
who take the time to eat a nutritious lunch. 




ABOVE: Companionship is another benefit the cafeteria offers. A meal can be much more satisfying when one takes the 
time to linger over his food, and talk with friends. 



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TOP: Tami Siwert's art instructor helps her through one of the many 
steps in the aluminum casting process, helping to make the outline of 
the figure sharp. ABOVE: Wearmg asbestos gloves to protect her is 
essential in those steps which require great heat, RIGHT: Tami has to 
use her sculpting skills in this process. 




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Art: The Expression of Inspiration 




what does it take to be an artist? Imagination, 
of course; creativity, to be sure. But art is not 
only the result of intellect; much hard work is 
needed to shape the inspiration and bring it 
physical form. An artist, then, needs patience to 
endure long hours of work, and ambition to 
drive him to do that work. 

Tami Siwert has that ambition, and that 
patience. She has the inspiration too — "i paint 
a picture in my mind of what I want to do," she 
says. Here she is shown making an aluminum 
cast; it's a process that requires many skills: 
designing, drawing and metalsmithing all have a 
part in it. They are the many steps Tami takes to 
bring inspiration form. 



ABOVE: Tami and a classmate carefully pour the blazing liquid into the 
cast. LEFT: Tami shows here that art is not always a purely mental func- 
tion — an artist sometimes has to get her hands dirty. 



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Religion Adds Sense of Belonging 



The University provided a fertile atmosphere 
for religious expression. Searching, brought 
about by the demands of the academic world, 
was not only outward, but also inward. Religion 
proved to be something adding meaning and a 
sense of belonging to the lives of many on 
campus. 

Christians made up the largest and most active 
religious group. By involving themselves in Bible 
study, worship, fellowship and evangelism, the 
Christian students on campus actively com- 
municated their relationship with Jesus. 

Other religions on campus were the Baha'i 
faith and the Latter Day Saints. Both groups 
sought to relate their faiths with their education 
by having various study meetings. 

Followers of Islam, Judaism and Buddhism 
were also in evidence at the University, as were 
Satan worshipers, but these groups were not 
highly organized. 



ABOVE: Students from the Newman Center help Father Kettler lead 
worship at a Sunday Mass. RIGHT: led Smock, an evangelist from Lex- 
ington, preaches to an insult-shouting, question-asking crowd near the 
Powell Building. 



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ABOVE: Using creative means to sinare 
their commitment to Jesus, many Chris- 
tians join special ministry groups like 
the Baptist Student Union Choir. LEFT: 
Campus religious groups often engage 
in studies to help them grow in their 
faith, as does this Bible study group led 
by Mike Abrams. 



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Spring: A Never Ending Cycle 



Spring is the beginning of many things; 
flowers and trees initiate their flowering stage; 
new lovers may be taking a stroll in the ravine. 
Spring is a time when students graduate and 
begin a new start in life. 

Students start many outdoor activities as the 
weather gets warmer. People toss frisbies, or 
they play a game of Softball. Some start tanning 
in anticipation of spring break. 

The coming of spring also brings a revival of 
life to EKU. Students end their hibernation, and 



come out of their dorms. The sun warms their 
faces. All of a sudden, campus life returns back 
to its normal bustling. 

Spring brings a renewal of color to the dull, 
white winter landscape. Birds return from their 
Southern playgrounds to make spring a joyous 
occasion. 

"April showers bring May flowers. What does 
May bring? " Students hope the end of a suc- 
cessful school year. 



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TOP: The lake at the Stratton Building provides a quiet and 
peaceful place to get away from busy college life. Ducks 
frolic in the lake and give viewers a chance to enjoy nature 
in a quiet place. BOTTOM: Blossom trees with colors of 
pale pink, hot pink and red ornament the ravine as spring 
wakes up from the cold winter day. These beautiful trees 
are welcomed sights for the students during spring days. 
OPPOSITE LEFT: The ravine, the highlight of Eastern's 
campus, set the scene for many springtime activities. There 
are various reasons people come to tfie ravine, but the ma- 
jor reason is to get away from books and hassles and to en- 
joy some warm sun. 



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ABOVE: The beginning of spring brings about 
the beginning of new activities. This young 
man has chosen unicycling as his spring ac- 
tivity. LEFT: Spring blossoms into season with 
bright hues of yellow and green. Tulips 
highlight the campus with their captivating 
charm. 




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BOTTOM LEFT: Signs of spring can even be 
found around the Coates Administration 
Building. The fresh flowers and blooming 
trees enhance the building's looks. LEFT: 
Trees form a natural frame as students leave 
the Moore Building. Flowers border the sur- 
rounding campus as springtime activity 
begins. BOTTOM: Tulips of assorted colors 
form a line behind President Powell's which is 
flanked by the Coates Administration 
Building. 






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Graduation Climaxes Four Years of Study 



After years of the learning experiences 
college brings, the graduates were more than 
ready to begin a new type of experience — an 
experience in which they could use their talents, 
skills and knowledge they had acquired towards 
their own development. Their lives were about 
to take definite form. What had just been a 
dream was now a near reality. They had made it. 

Their departments had prepared them. They 
were off to establish themselves a name, 
whether it was a continuation of "student", 
aspiration to "president" or "manager" or even 
a marriage title. Eastern had set them on the 
right track. They were ready. 

Though their studies, activities and friends 
had taken many of their days and transferred 
them into years, the ceremony which brought it 
all together — graduation, was over after several 
hours. Then they were gone, but the ex- 
periences and knowledge they had acquired at 
Eastern would never be forgotten. 




TOP: Commencement not only brings excite- 
ment to graduates but also to parents and 
family members. One mother shows her pride 
and excitement during commencement. 
RIGHT: Awaiting their diploma graduates 
glance over the commencement program 
while waiting for another speaker. 



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TOP LEFT: A last minute adjustment of 
graduation attire by family members can help 
ease pre-ceremony jitters. ABOVE: As com- 
mencement draws closer recipients of 
associate degrees make last minute changes to 
their graduation outfits. LEFT: Families 
patiently stand in the bleachers hoping to get 
a glance at their son or daughter graduating. 



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RIGHT: The University Building. BOTTOM: 
John D. Rowlett Allied Health Building. 
OPPOSITE TOP: Kit Carson Drive OPPOSITE 
BOTTOM: The Clock Tower. 




Colorful Aura Brightens EKU at Night 




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Often throughout the regular hussle of each 
day we forget to take a close look at the campus 
— the campus beautiful. Somehow they neglect 
to notice the entrancing beauty at night even 
more so than during the day. However, there 
are several aiding night lights that help increase 
our viewing past the sidewalk. Students rarely 
tend to step outside and peer down at one of 
Eastern's greatest assets — the beautifully il- 
luminated campus. 

A type of anonymity masks the campus once 
the sun sets. All students seem to gaze more 
openly at the appearing stars, bright moon or 
even their immediate surroundings. At night a 
peaceful sense of security, respect and pride 
renews itself and then patiently waits to be set 
free again — the following night. 




Student Lite 






The most important wisdom we 
gain is through the people, the 
experiences and the application of 
our abilities. 



Kim Burns 
Academics Editor 



Governor Honored 



In keeping with the label of "education 
governor" he gained in the 1978 General 
Assembly, Governor Julian Carroll attacked 
proposed cuts in the federal and state 
budgets, saying education in the state 
would suffer. 

Governor Carroll said those who 
proposed the cuts were "borrowing time to 
get past the election" with the cliche "let's 
cut taxes but don't let's cut programs." 

Governor Carroll delivered the main ad- 
dress at Eastern's "Progress and Apprecia- 
tion Day" in January. President J. C. Powell 
invited Carroll in "recognition for his ef- 
forts in support of education." 

The Governor has been a frequent visitor 
to Eastern's campus to break ground for 
new buildings, for building dedications, 
and other events. 

Governor Carroll directs the Council on 
Higher Education, which controls Ken- 
tucky's system of higher education. 




RIGHT: Governor Carroll receives a print of the 
campus from University President Dr. ). C. Powell at 
the Progress anci Appreciation Day Luncheon. 
ABOVE: Governor Carroll uses the luncheon as an 
opportunity to express his views on the Special Ses- 
sion of the Legislature called by the Lieutenant 
Governor. 








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BOARD OF REGENTS. Front Row: Robert B. Begley, Charles Combs, Henry Stratton. Back Row: John Keeth, |err> Ikerd, 
Beverly Yieser, |ohn Cooper, student regent; J.C. Powell, Luther Farmer, )oe William Phelps, Lee Gentry, faculty. 



The University Board of Regents in one of its 
more significant student-related actions this 
year created a subcommittee of the Board to 
hear student appeals of Student Disciplinary 
Board decisions. 

The action was generated by the fact that the 
entire Board's hearing appeals at scheduled 
quarterly meetings sometimes caused an un- 
desirable delay between the time a student 
might make an appeal and the time of its hear- 
ing. 

The Board is the University's official policy 
making body, composed of eight citizens ap- 
pointed by the Governor to four-year terms and 



student and faculty members elected by their 
peers. This year John Cooper, student associa- 
tion vice president, was elected as student 
regent since the association president, Steve 
Foster is not a native Kentuckian and was 
therefore unable to serve. 

In other actions the Board issued a position 
statement asking the special session of the 
legislature not to make budget cuts that would 
effect ongoing programs. Eastern's appropria- 
tion survived the special session intact. The 
Board also approved the University's operating 
budget for the 1979-80 year. 



Powell Receives New 
Four Year Contract 

For Eastern's seventh president, Dr. j. C. 
Powell, this year was one in which he con- 
tinued to direct the refinement and 
reorganization of the University, it was also 
a year in which the Board of Regents voted 
him a new four-year contract, effective July 
1, 1979. 

Under Dr. Powell's direction, the Univer- 
sity Planning Council worked toward im- 
plementing the new alignment of colleges, 
also effective July 1. The reorganization 
created three new colleges from a merger 
of the College of Arts and Sciences and 
Central University College. 

The Planning Council also devoted atten- 
tion to developing program improvements 
aimed at enhancing the quality of Univer- 
sity activities. 

The increasing emphasis on state-wide 
coordination of higher education in Ken- 
tucky created increased demands on Presi- 
dent Powell's schedule. The Council on 
Higher Education and the 1978 Kentucky 
General Assembly required information 
from the University; this was provided un- 
der President Powell's Direction. 

A highlight of the President's year was the 
opportunity to appear before the General 
Assembly's interim joint committee on 
education. He and other regional university 
presidents had the chance to relate first- 
hand observations to the legislators. Presi- 
dent Powell told the committee that the 
challenges of reallocating institutional 
resources in an era of steady enrollments 
were as demanding as those faced during 
the years of rapid growth. And he joined his 
fellow presidents in voicing the view that 
the Council on Higher Education was now 
empowered to do an effective job of coor- 
dinating Kentucky's universities. 




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Martin Appears On KET 



A profile of President 
Emeritus Robert R. Martin led 
off Kentucky Educational 
Television's new series 
"Distinguished Kentuckian" 
last fall. Dr. Martin and former 
Governor Bert Combs 
reminisced about Dr. Martin's 
many years of service as Presi- 
dent of Eastern, and discussed 
his future as a State Senator. 

That future will likely be 
closely tied with Dr. Martin's 
continuing commitment to 
education. Serving on the 
Education Committee, and the 
Appropriation and Revenue 
and Health and Welfare Com- 
mittee of the Kentucky Senate, 
Dr. Martin worked to promote 
the improvement of public 
education in the state. 

And his commitment to 
Eastern did not weaken; he 
and his wife Anne continued 
their support of University ac- 
tivities. In December, Dr. Mar- 
tin had the honor of burning 
the last revenue bonds for the 
Foster Music Building. Built in 
1955, the Foster Building was 
financed by a bond issue that 
Dr. Martin ca lied "the 
forerunner of future bond 




issues that financed Eastern's 
tremendous campus expan- 
sion programs of the 60's and 
early 70's" — the years in 



which Dr. Martin directed the 
growth of Eastern's physical 
plant from a value of $7 
million to $120 million. 



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TOP: Dr. Robert R. Martin chats with John Palmore, Chief Justice of the 
Kentucky Supreme Court, and Governor Scott Matheson of Utah. The 
three men were attending a Taft Seminar sponsored by Eastern this sum- 
mer. ABOVE: Dr. Martin, President Emeritus of Eastern, sets fire to the 



last revenue bonds for the Foster Music Building. OPPOSITE: Former 
Governor Bert T. Combs interviews Dr. Martin White, Mrs. Martin and 
many friends watch from the audience. 



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ABOVE: A security officer helps a visitor to the campus find the buildings 
he is looking for. 



Public Safety Faces Parking Problems 



The Division of Safety and Security changed 
its name to the Division of Public Safety this 
year; the change reflects the division's new ex- 
panded role. 

Parking problems were the division's big 
headaches, and were the cause of much con- 
troversy throughout the year. But the division 
gave out fewer traffic citations than last year, 
which the director of parking said was due to 
the increased fines. The division also put up new 
signs on campus roads, and installed parking 
meters to increase the turnover in frequently 
used areas. 

The division also faced internal auditing and 
budgeting problems. 



Doug Whitlock, executive assistant to the 
president, is responsible for reviewing each 
scholarship application made to the University, 
and worked closely with President Powell in 
other areas. 

Bill Plummer, Internal Auditor, and Jim Clark, 
Director of the Budget must review each item of 
the budget. 



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TOP: Doug Whitlock, executive assistant of the president, reviews scholarship applications with his secretary. ABOVE: Jim Clark and Bil 
Plummer examine the many budget changes prior to starting a new fiscal year. 



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TOP: Mr. Donald H. Smith, University Registrar, directs students through 
the process of signing up for classes. RIGHT: Director of Institutional 
Research, Dr. R. D. Acker, confers with his secretary on a budget report 
for next year. ABOVE: A librarian at the )ohn Grant Crabbe Library helps 
this student obtain information for a research paper. 




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Faculty Evaluation Developed 



Dr. John D. Rowlett, vice- 
president of Academic Affairs 
and Research, directs an im- 
.portant and wide-ranging ad- 
ministrative office. While 
working on the reorganization 
plan, Dr. Rowlett also con- 
tinued to manage the Libraries 
and Learning Resources, In- 
stitutional Research, Un- 
dergraduate Studies, the 
Registrar, the Graduate 
School, the Community 
College Program and the 
seven Colleges. 

Evaluation of faculty was a 
major project of Rowlett's of- 
fice this year. The office 
proposed to develop plans for 
the evaluation of tenured 
faculty, possibly to be put into 
effect this fall. Still under 
development is the plan for 
evaluation of academic ad- 
ministrators. 

The John Grant Crabbe 
Library, under this office, is 
still reclassifying books to the 
Library of Congress. The 
faculty is also working on 
identifying the needs for ex- 
pansion. 





ABOVE: Dr, |ohn D. Rowlett, vice- 
president of Academic Affairs and 
Research, oversees problems concern- 
ing fall registration. LEFT: Dr. Jack Luy, 
Dean of Community College Programs, 
works on a community curriculum 
plan. 



Academics/Administration 101 



Open House Proposals Made 



Dr. Thomas Myers, vice- 
president of Student Affairs, 
worked with representatives 
from Men and Women's Inter- 
dorm throughout the year in 
areas such as fire safety and 
control, and open house. A 
new open house policy was 
proposed which would change 
the present Sunday open 
house hours to Sunday even- 
ings, or spread that time out 
over Sunday through Thursday 
evenings. 

The Ellendale Counseling 
Center continued to serve stu- 
dents in areas such as various 
types of testing, and counsel- 
ing. It also offered credit 
courses, such as an eight-week 
career planning seminar, 
which helped new students 
adjust to campus life. Helping 
people was the objective of 
the Counseling Center. 

Another area of Student Af- 
fairs is the Financial Aid 
department. Along with their 
normal duties, the department 
tried to help middle-income 
students make the most of the 
passage of the Middle Income 
Financial Assistance Act. 



TOP: Dr. Thomas Myers, Vice President of 
Student Affairs and Dr. Howard Allen, Dean 
of Men meet with the Open House Commit- 
tee to sign a proposal on open house in 
dorms. RIGHT: As Dean of Women, Mrs. 
Jeanette Crockett works on dorm activities 
programs for next year. 





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TOP: Mr. Jack Hutchinson, director of housing, discusses dorm ap- 
propriations with associate director, Mabel Criswell, and Sam Ward, 
assistant director. LEFT: Sorting through piles of Valentine's Day mail, the 
mail clerk in Case Hall keeps an eye out for a card with her name on the 
front. ABOVE: These coeds struggle with their wordly possessions while 
moving in the dorms this fall. 



Academics/Administration 103 




Donaldson Oversees Business Affairs 



The Office of Business Af- 
fairs, under the supervision of 
vice-president Neal Don- 
aldson, covers all Business and 
Logistical Services of the Un- 
iversity. The Office included 
the Division of Professional 
Services, the office of the Bur- 
sar, the Office of Food Ser- 
vices, the Division of Buildings 
and Grounds, University Store 
and Farms, the Division of In- 
stitutional Services, the Divi- 
sion of Communication Ser- 
vices, and the Division of 
Purchasing. These offices 
provide vital business-related 
services necessary for the 
proper operations of the 
University to keep it function- 
ing from day to day. 




TOP: Mr. Larry Martin, Food Services Director surveys the overall condi- 
tions at a banquet catered by his department. BOTTOM: Dr. J. C. Powell 
and a representative from the State Bank and Trust Co. watch while Mr. 
Neil Donaldson signs a bond retirement document. 



104 Academics/Administration 














TOP: How do I love thee . . . and what card will tell you how much, 
seems to be the thought with these two co-eds in the bookstore, trying 
to find something for the occasion. CENTER: These two men are from 
the Division of Buildings and Grounds, they're cutting up a fallen tree af- 
ter a new snow. BOTTOM: Farm manager, Mr. John Shirley and student 
try to get a stubborn cow to budge. 


















TOP: Henry Pryse, director of the Division of University — School 
Relations, and Gobel Newsom load a truck with materials and dis- 
plays for a high school recruiting trip. ABOVE: J. W. Thurman, 
director of Alumni Affairs, presents a special alumni award to Mrs. 
Jennie Mae Lancaster at the annual Alumni Banquet. RIGHT: Kurt 
Zimmerman and Nancy Hohliman discuss plans to offer night ser- 
vices in Career Development and Placement. 




106 Academics/ Administration 



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Versatility: Key to Office Role 



The Office of Public Affairs, under Vice Presi- 
dent Donald R. Feltner's leadership, expanded 
its programs which serve both the university 
community and alumni. Feltner's office planned 
the Progress and Appreciation Luncheon in 
January, w/hich Governor Carrol attended, and 
also supervised the luncheon honoring em- 
ployees' years of service. 

Exemplary of the dual service role was the 
Division of Career Development and Placement, 
directed by Kurt Zimmerman. This year the of- 
fice added to Career Information Resource 
Center a library stocked with specific employ- 
ment information, and increased the number of 
on-campus professional job interviews. Evening 
interview sessions were added for those unable 
to take advantage of the service duringthe day. 

The Division of Alumni Affairs planned this 
year's Alumni Day, and was the impetus behind 
Homecoming '78, but its major undertaking was 
the compilation of the Alumni Directory. This 



listed the names, occupations and business and 
home phone numbers and addresses of all living 
alumni. 

The Division of Public information, headed by 
John Winnecke, directed a reorganization of its 
publication program to package and better 
utilize its available funds. The Division of Public 
Information was responsible for keeping stu- 
dents, faculty, staff and media of campus ac- 
tivities. 

The Division of University-School Relations 
was again instrumental in the planning and 
hosting workshops, conferences, camps, and 
festivals. It was also responsible for coor- 
dinating high-school band camps and Band Day, 
and was active in recruiting high school students 
for Eastern. 



BELOW; Donald Feltner, vice president of the Office of Public Affairs, 
talks with a Milestone editor about the yearbook's progress. 




Academics/Administration 107 



LEFT: Dr. Otero, of biological sciences, in a program coorcJinated by non-traditional 
studies, utilizes a telephone communication system to instruct nursing students in an 
extended campus class. BELOW: )ane Munson, curator of the Doris Museum, par- 
ticipates with local grade schoolers in the "Tuesday at the Museum" program. 
BOTTOM: Attendants at the Governor's Conference on Aging, participated in 
organized activities such as this checker championship. 




Versatile Planetarium Nears Completion 




Dr. William Sexton, vice-president of the Of- 
fice of Public Services and Special Programs, 
prepared to move his operation to the new of- 
fices in the Perkins Building. Dr. Sexton oversees 
the activities in the Division of Television and 
Radio, the Administrative and Academic Com- 
puting Services and the University Archives. 

Offices in the Hummel Planetarium will be 
occupied in June, said Dr. Jack Fletcher, director 
of the planetarium; and he said the planetarium 
will be ready for University use in January, 1980. 

Dr. Fletcher said the planetarium will be one 
of the largest in the world — there are only five 
others like it. It will also feature one of the 
largest viewing rooms in the world; only the 
planetarium on the campus of the University of 
North Carolina has a bigger one. And the 
planetarium's computer-operated instruments 
will be able to project 10,164 stars, as opposed to 
standard sized planetariums (like the Rauch 
Planetarium in Louisville) which can project 
only about 2,400 stars. 

Dr. Fletcher sees great inter-disciplinary 
potential in the planetarium. The theater 
department, for instance, could produce plays 
using the facilities of the planetarium to create 
extraordinary backdrops. And the general 
studies Social Science department has already 
developed classes that could be taught partly in 
the planetarium, classes dealing with the evolu- 
tion of man's conception of the heavens. 




ABOVE LEFT: Dr. William Sexton, vice-president of public services and 
special programs views the future location of his administrative offices. 
LEFT: The university television station, WEKU, films many educational 
and entertainment programs. 



Academics/Administration 109 




General Education Important 
In Undergraduate Studies 



The Department of Un- 
dergraduate Studies, under 
Dean Joseph Schwendeman, 
was responsible for the 
general education of un- 
dergraduates. This respon- 
sibility included developing 
the general education 
program, keeping un- 
dergraduate records and en- 
suring that each un- 
dergraduate completes the 
University's general education 
requirements. The depart- 
ment was also responsible for 
advising the approximately 



1000 undergraduates with un- 
declared majors. 

Dean Schwendeman also 
directed the College Out- 
comes Measurement Program, 
which he said may have some 
impact on general education 
classes at the University. 
Designed by the American 
College Testing Program, the 
test measured the students' 
versatility; whether or not 
they possessed the skills that a 
general education program 
should instill. 




TOP: Two students conduct experiments in a 
micro-biology lab. ABOVE: Wanda Frazier, 
diligently works on her key punch 
assignment. RIGHT: Dean Schwendeman of 
Undergraduate Studies discusses some special 
programs for the College. 




Academics/Undergraduate Studies 111 






112 Academics/Undergraduate Studies 





Coded Sheets 
Aid Students 



A major innovation in Un- 
dergraduate Studies last year 
was the coding of the general 
education printout sheets. 
Dean Schwendeman said the 
new sheets will be more easily 
understood by students and 
their advisors, and let the stu- 
dent know exactly where he 
stands in terms of his general 
education requirements. 
These sheets will also be made 
available to workers at 
registration. 



Academics/Undergraduate Studies 113 



Opportunities Abound In Nursing Field 




ABOVE: Using microfiche to store data, saves space and time in the 
medical records department. BELOW: Dr. David Gale, dean of Allied 
Health and Nursing, reviews an accreditation plan for next year. 



The College of Allied Health and Nursing 
comprises an academic community whose main 
objective is to train students in the various 
health fields. A special emphasis is placed upon 
producing graduates who are oriented towards 
rural health care, according to Dean David D. 
Gale. Since Kentucky has a low ratio of health 
professionals to population, Eastern strived to 
meet this special need in the Commonwealth, 
especially in Eastern Kentucky. 

During the past year the College of Allied 
Health and Nursing has sponsored a workshop 
on Sensory Intergration and Exceptional 
Children. This relates to integration theory and 
treatment of Children. Another program spon- 
sored this year was an Allied Health Job Fair for 
Nursing graduates. This fair introduced prospec- 
tive nursing graduates to employers in a wide 
variety of Health Care services. This also 
provides early information in job market oppor- 
tunities for undergraduate students. 





TOP: Checking the drip of a saline solution in IV's is an important 
procedure in nurses training. LEFT: Nursing student, Holly Neff, takes 
notes in prescriptions for patients' records. ABOVE: This medical records 
student follows the instructions as she listens to a recording. 



Academics/Allied Health and Nursing 115 



Department Achieves Accreditation 




The Baccalaureate Nursing 
program received accredita- 
tion in April from the National 
League for Nursing Accredita- 
tion. The Associate program 
received re-accreditation last 
year. Both departments are 
constantly working on revising 
their curriculum and programs 
to make it more student ori- 
ented and to allow more feed- 
back from students. 



ABOVE: Classroom practice on a model will 
prove useful when these students get their 
opportunity for field training. RIGHT: 
Medical Assisting carefully measures diluting 
fluid for hemoglobin. 




116 Academics/Allied Health and Nursing 




ABOVE: This nursing student learns the 
proper way to fill a syringe with medication. 
LEFT: Donning their nursing caps for the first 
time is a proud moment for all nursing stu- 
dents. 



Meeting Kentucky's health 
needs was the main objective 
of the Occupational Therapy 
Program. A six-month field ex- 
perience practicum helped 
meet this need, by exposing 
students to the rural settings in 
which they might be working. 
During that field work, stu- 
dents were placed in oc- 
cupational facilities where oc- 
cupational therapy was 
practiced. 



Academics/Allied Health and Nursing 117 




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LEFT: Winner of the Allied 
Health and Nursing excellence 
in teaching award, Miss Dora Lit- 
tle, emergency medical care in- 
structor, stresses in her lecture 
the importance of quick 
responses in emergency situa- 
tions. BELOW LEFT: This medical 
technician student notes the 
separation that takes place while 
blood is in storage. 



EMT Finishes 
Third Year 

Under the direction of Mr. 
Tom Hammack, the Emer- 
gency Medical Training 
Program finished its third year. 
Established in August, 1976, 
the program offered the only 
Associate Degree in 
Emergency Medical Training 
in the state. Graduates of the 
program often go to work for 
fire and police agencies, as 
well as ambulance services. 

The Associate Program in 
Medical and Pediatrics 
Assisting offered students the 
chance to gain office and 
medical skills. To better meet 
the needs of the students, a 
new computer lab was es- 
tablished in the Begley 
Building this year. 



Agademics/Allied Health and Nursing 119 



College Adds Mass 
Communications Department 



Experiencing a steady in- 
crease in enrollment, the 
college of Applied Arts and 
Technology emphasized striv- 
ing for internal quality. Since 
the college is comprised of 
departments that deal with ap- 
plied studies, a special 
emphasis was placed on CO- 
OP work by students. Ac- 
cording to Dean Kenneth S. 
Hanson this career oriented 
department stresses a good 
general and liberal education 
with practical knowledge for a 
students' career goals. 

The Department of Mass 
Communications, one of the 
newest additions as of last July, 
promises to be one of the 
brightest shining stars in the 
college. Mass Communica- 
tions under the Chairmanship 
of James Harris offers a Public 
Relations program with a 
greater variety of electives for 
a 30 hour major which will be 
parallel to the Journalism 
program. To further the theme 
of practical knowledge, the 
department sponsored trips to 
New York and Washington 
D.C. to see journalism at first 
hand. 



TOP: Dr. Jerry Perry, mass comm instructor, 
works with his advanced film class on a 
budget for a Military Science Film. RIGHT: 
The EKU television crew produces "Close- 
up," one of the many features directed by the 
department. 




120 Academics/Applied Arts and Technology 



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LEFT: Mrs. Libby Fraas, journalism instructor and recent winner of the 
Cannet Teaching Fellowship in journalism, explains some terminology to 
a student in her Comm 200 class, BELOW: Becky Dan, Jeff Cole and Mark 
Strucker, all on the directing staff tor WEKU TV, work closely together on 
a program in the control room of the station. Dan Looney, from WEKU 
TV, tapes two coeds for an interview for the close-up program. 




Departments Meet Future Needs 



The Department of 
Agriculture, under the chair- 
manship of Dwight G. Barkley, 
has three basic purposes: to 
provide programs for the 
education in Agricultural oc- 
cupations, to develop new 
programs to meet the needs of 
the rapidly developing 
technology, and to provide 
work related experiences as 
part of technical education. 
Degrees can be obtained in 
two and four-year programs, 
ranging anywhere from 
Agriculture to pre-veterinary 
medicine. Many of the stu- 
dents after graduation go on 
to work in F loraculture, 
management of family farms, 
or in area businesses. 

The Department of Home 
Economics, under the Chair- 
manship of Dr. Betty Powers, is 
rapidly growing and becoming 
the heart of the family. Major 
area programs range from 
Child Development, Dietetics, 
and Textiles, to Fashion 
Merchandising. Study tours 
have been sponsored to Dallas 
and New York City during 
Spring break and May inter- 
session. Future plans in the 
proposal stage are to have a 
Masters degree program in 
Community Nutrition. 



TOP: These Ag students continue the long 
process of hay bailing on Meadowbrook farm, 
the farm run by the Agriculture Department. 
RIGHT: Cutting tobacco plants proves to be 
tiring but enjoyable work for this Ag major. 




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TOP: Both Fashion Merchandising majors, Beverly Vance and Debbie 
Palmer set up a window display for the Mixed Emotions Boutique. 
RIGHT: Planning dinner at Turley House for home economics majors, is 
a large scale job for this future nutrition specialist. ABOVE: Mrs. Marsha 



Maupin, last year's winner of the excellence in teaching award for Ap- 
plied Arts and Technology, makes food. preparation plans with these stu- 
dents. 



Academics/Applied Arts and Technology 123 



Industrial Technology: 
A Department That Works 



The Department of In- 
dustrial Education and 
Technology prepared their stu- 
dents to become Industria 
Education Teachers, Broadcast 
Engineers, to Health and 
Safety Technologists. The 
Department, under the Chair- 
manship of Dr. Clyde Craft, is 
proposing a new maintenance 
technology option. All this 
reinforces the concept of the 
department that works. 



UPPER LEFT: Student studies wood working 
diagram. BELOW: Dean Hansson reviews file 
with an inquisitive look. 




124 Academics/Applied Arts and Technology 





TOP RIGHT: Two co-eds go over a blueprint 
of a house floor plan. TOP LEFT: Student 
makes final adjustments, before starting 
operation on this drill press. CENTER: This 
class is learning how to use lathe machines. 
BOTTOM: Here is a student deeply concen- 
trating in using the router on his wood work- 
ing project. 




Academics/Applied Arts and Technology 125 




ABOVE: These micro-biology students are check- 
ing the cultures they are growing in the petri 
dishes. RIGHT: Using a zoom transfer scope, this 
geology student works on a classroom exercise. 
BELOW: While touring the south central states, 
these Russian U.N. Delegates visited Eastern and 
participated in a discussion with political science 
students. OPPOSITE ABOVE: Dr. Charles Sweet 
and Dr. Harold BIythe discuss a new script for 
educational television at their favorite spot, 
"McDonald's". OPPOSITE BELOW: Dean of Arts 
and Sciences, Dr. Fredrick Ogden examines some 
of the voluminous records necessary to ad- 
minister a college. 









New Catalogue In Preparation 




The College of Arts and Sciences, under Dean 
Fredrick S. Ogden, is designed to provide all stu- 
dents with a well rounded, progressive educa- 
tion. This college includes a wide range of in- 
terests from Anthropology, to Speech and 
Theatre Arts. 

According to Dean Ogden, the College has 
focused its primary attention in the reorganiza- 
tion program and putting it into operation. This 
entailed involving the Dean designates or new 
deans on the present departments to provide 
them with pertinent information and train them 
to be deans. 

Another major activity the College has been 
involved with is the preparation of the new 
university catalogue for 1980. Because of the 
changes on the various departments. Dean 
Ogden said that this is a long and complicated 
process. Another involved aspect to this is the 
fact that every new degree program proposed 
by the college has to be approved by the Coun- 
cil on Higher Education. 



Academics/Arts and Sciences 127 




Changes Made 
In Programs 



The Department of Theatre 
and Speech introduced 
modifications in its Bachelor 
of Fine Arts program. Those 
changes were made in terms 
of course requirements to bet- 
ter prepare the student as a 
performer in the Musical 
Theatre. Additional courses in 
the department are two dance 
courses for musical theatre 
and a new course in im- 
provisational acting. 

A new option in Choral con- 
ducting in the Master of Music 
degree program will be of- 
fered next year by the Depart- 
ment of Music. This will help 
to broaden the education of 
Music Majors and open up 
career choices for them. The 
department already prepares 





Music Specialists for degrees 
in vocal and instrumental per- 
formance, Music Education 
and other aspects of 
professional musicianship. 



TOP: Daryl Day, Richard Rebilas, Tom Troth 
and Steve Connelly harmonize in barbershop 
quartet style at a university function. LEFT: 
Robert Hartwell conducts a student 
symphony at the Foster Music Camp this sum- 
mer. 



128 Academics/Arts and Sciences 




ABOVE LEFT: Mrs. Joan Bonneman and Mr. )ohn Spong, both of the 
music department, go over sheet music for a piano class. ABOVE RIGHT: 
Richard Cox and Kevin Hendrickson, voice majors, rehearse for an 
opera. RIGHT: Music instructor, Lyie Wolfrom shows his mastery on the 
cello. ABOVE: A class in costuming does some of the work necessary for 
an upcoming production of "Vanities". 



Academics/Arts and Sciences 129 



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Expertise And Skills 
Important In Art 

Pending the hiring of the new faculty, the Art 
Department will offer curriculum emphasizing 
photography as an art form. There were also 
proposals to make changes in the drawing and 
design programs. The department stresses the 
development of expertise and skills important to 
professionalism and art education. The Fine Arts 
degree included areas such as sculpture, 
painting, metalsmithing, design and printmak- 
ing. A graduate program was also offered in an 
Education degree in the College of Education. 



ABOVE: Learning to master the potter's wheel is important to the art stu- 
dent. RIGHT: This art student works carefully on a project in her 

metalsmithing class. 




130 Academics/Arts and Sciences 




LEFT: This student shows the imagery that can be expressed with the use 
of different brush stokes in her painting class. BELOW: Students prepare 
to fire their creations in pottery class. BOTTOM: Students learn that 
charcoal can provide different effects on sketches. 








Academics/Arts and Sciences 131 



Department Offers New Masters Program 



A new Masters program in 
Community Planning was of- 
fered by the Anthropology, 
Sociology and Social Work 
department. This program 
became available to all stu- 
dents majoring in geography, 
political science, anthropol- 
ogy, sociology, and social 
work. Also new in the depart- 
ment were courses in selected 
topics in archeology and ap- 
plied sociology. 

The College of Arts and 
Sciences additionally worked 
on a proposal to affiliate itself 
with the Gulf Coast Research 
Lab in Mississippi. Covering 
geology, biology, and 
chemistry majors, this affilia- 
tion will allow stronger con- 
centration in marine science 
courses, and will provide the 
students with better facilities 
to study the marine environ- 
ment. 

In order to help furnish 
more opportunities for unem- 
ployed history majors, the 
Department of History 
proposed a Historical Preser- 
vation Emphasis for next year. 
Conserving important 
historical documents on a 
local or national basis is the 
main objective of the 
program. 



TOP RIGHT: Using a stereo viewing device, 
this cartography student completes a map- 
mal<ing project. RIGHT: Ben Parker, a biology 
graduate student, who collects snakes as a 
hobby, views one of his pets. 





132 Academics/Arts and Sciences 





LEFT: The Division of Academic Computing uses these televi- 
sion screen display terminals for instructional purposes. 
ABOVE: This chemistry student adjusts his bunsen burner to 
finish an experiment. BELOW: These physics students are 
preparing for a marble rolling experiment. 




Academics/Arts and Sciences 133 



Business Considers Module Learning 



Some changes were necessary within the 
College of Business after the college added the 
Coal Mining Administration Program. Dr. John 
Griffith was named director of the Coal Mining 
Program, and completed his first year as director 
this past spring. Dr. Griffith worked to build in- 
dustry support for the program; he visited coal 
companies throughout the state, as well as 
maintaining contact with the Kentucky Coal 
Association. Eastern's Coal Mining Administra- 
tion Program is the only comprehensive one of 
its sort in the nation. Approximately 40 students 
were enrolled in the program as of the spring 
semester, and Dean Howard Thompson predic- 
ted the enrollment would double until it 
reaches a maximum of 150. 

Dean Thompson directs a constant self- 
evaluation by the College of Business. One area 
in which he would like to see change is credit 
hours. Eastern has fallen into the trap, 
Thompson said, of making nearly all of its classes 
three-hour classes. Thompson advocates a 
"module-learning" system, using courses of one 
to five hours. 



RIGHT: Dr. Howard Thompson, Dean of the College of Business, 
smoothes a student's way through the class scheduling process. BELOW: 
Students in a real estate class are comparing housing prices in a number 
of cities in Kentucky. 




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TOP: Janet Day works on an accounting problem in Dr. 
Gump's Business Machines class. LEFT: Dr. Gerald Martin 
discusses a long range financial planning strategy with a 
group of students in his Business Finance class. ABOVE: 
Department of Business Education stresses basic secretarial 
skills for all its students. 



Academics/Business 135 



BELOW: Concentration is needed for accuracy in typing class. 
RIGHT: Dr. John Gump, winner of the Distinguished Professor 
Award for the College of Business, takes time for individual 
problems and questions. BOTTOM: Dr. Mauab Thukuv talks at a 
Small Business Conference conducted bv Dr. Stan King's Manage- 
ment and Development Studies Institute. 



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The College of Business has 
the largest number of un- 
dergraduate majors, with just 
over 2000. Dean Thompson 
had to find ways for each of 
these students to fully utilize 
the resources of the College. 
He also encouraged students 
to be aware of other resources 
on campus, and not to limit 
themselves to the College of 
Business courses. 



LEFT: Linda Mills works carefully on the 
mimeoscope stencil to ensure accurate letter- 
ing on the transfer. BELOW: Dr. Charles 
Sherwood, professor of business administra- 
tion, explains to his transportation manage- 
ment class a supply and demand chart. 




Academics/Business 137 




138 Academics/Business 





Enrollment In 
Business Grows 

The Department of Business 
Administration continues to 
grow; it has more than 
doubled in size since 1974, and 
has approximately TOOO ma- 
jors. An increasing interest 
among the general public in 
the areas of insurance and real 
estate led to larger enroll- 
ments in classes concerning 
these areas. 

In the Department of Office 
Administration, Chairman 
Alfred Patrick stressed the im- 
provement of the two-year 
secretarial programs instituted 
in 1975. 



TOP: Dr. Kenneth Wagner, associate professor of business administration, speaks to a group at a 
conference of the American Institute of Banking. ABOVE: Taking dictation, while typing takes 
much concentration and working skill for this business student. OPPOSITE PAGE: TOP: These ac- 
counting students, Terri Stead and Terry Welsh, use calculators to balance auditing problems. OP- 
POSITE PAGE: BOTTOM: With the increased interest in real estate, groups such as this meet to 
learn more about the business. 



Academics/Business 139 



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ABOVE: Manual dexterity and color recognition 
play a key part in this pre-schooler's young imagina- 
tion. RIGHT: Debbie Cull, senior elementary educa- 
tion major from Carrollton works with kindergarten 
students on identifying pictures. BELOW: Dr. Arthur 
Harvey, associate professor of music, teaches the 
elements of music to a pre-school choir. 





140 Academics/Education 



Education Revises Special Programs 




Responding to the increasing dennand for 
Special Education instructors, the College of 
Education, under Dean Dixon Barr, revised 
many of its programs in Special Education last 
year. Opportunities in Special Education are ex- 
panding, especially in the area of deaf educa- 
tion, said Dean Barr, so his college continued to 
evaluate and improve Eastern's deaf education 
program — the only program of its type in the 
state. The emphasis in deaf education right now 
is to get deaf children into regular public 
schools. 

There is also a growing concern for the needs 
of gifted children, and thus a demand for in- 
structors trained to meet these needs, said Dean 
Barr; Eastern is exploring this field in hopes to 
produce this type of teacher. Kindergarten 
teachers are also in continued demand. 




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ABOVE LEFT: Dr. Dixon Barr, Dean of the college of Education, is 
kept busy coordinating the meaning of education. LEFT: Debbie 
Kearns, a senior education major, uses flash cards as a learning aid 
for these elementary students. ABOVE: Dr. White, special educa- 
tion professor, discusses teaching procedures for special students 
with his class. 



Academics/Education 141 




The School of Health, 
Physical, Recreation, and 
Athletics is leaving the College 
under the reorganization 
program, and Dean Barr is 
directing the reorganization of 
"the remainder of the 
college." 

Dr. William Thames finished 
his first year as director of the 
office of Field Services and 
Professional Development, 
which the College of Educa- 
tion developed to maintain a 
closer link with the public 
schools in the region. 



OPPOSITE ABOVE: Dr. Robert Grise shows 
local elementary students the way school was 
during the era of the one room school. 
OPPOSITE BELOW: Dr Thames heads Field 
Services and Professional Development which 
will cooperate with local school districts to 
develop programs to better fit their needs. 
ABOVE: Elementary education students use 
the many learning aids available in the Learn- 
ing Resources Center. BELOW: Physical 
education is an important part of a well bal- 
anced curriculum. 




142 Academics/Education 



Department Maintains Link With Schools 









Academics/Education 143 




students Train 
As Principals 

chairman Charles Ross' 
Department of Education Ad- 
ministration maintained seven 
campus extension offices 
throughout Central and 
Eastern Kentucky, serving 260 
graduate students. The depart- 
ment offered specialized 
curricula to students planning 
to enter the area of school ad- 
ministration; programs were 
available to students intending 
to become school superinten- 
dents or supervisors, elemen- 
tary or secondary school prin- 
cipals, and school business ad- 
ministrators. 



LEFT: Senior Linda Campbell, elementary 
education major from Hamilton, Ohio, helps 
this young local student with his multiplica- 
tion tables. BELOW: Assistant professor of 
model school. Miss Nancy Daniel, provides 
the children with cheerful music as they work 
on Halloween projects. 



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ABOVE: These Model School students seem to 
manage well cleaning out a pumpkin for Hallo- 
ween. LEFT: The library has a learning resources 
center, where education majors like this student, 
find much valuable information. BELOW: Dr. 
Robert Byrne, recent winner of the Education 
Department's excellency in teaching award, 
watches as these students work on special educa- 
tion projects. 




Academics/Education 145 




Law Enforcement Continues In Excellence 



The College of Law Enforcement, under Dean 
Robert W. Posey, continued to upgrade its 
already excellent programs. One of the largest 
colleges on campus, it is composed of the Traffic 
Safety Institute, Departmental Corrections, 
Police Administration and Fire Prevention and 
Control. 

One change in the college involved correc- 
tional services which was renamed departmen- 
tal corrections. The program was reworked to 
more strongly emphasize juvenile problems. 
Often programs in this department related to 
correctional case workers, probation officers 
and juvenile counselors. 



ABOVE: Mr. Robert Posey, dean of the college of law enforcement, 
keeps up with the events and busy schedules of each of the departments. 
RIGHT: Rick Keough checks for fluorescence on the thin-layer 
chromatography plates in a police administration lab. 




146 Academics/Law Enforcement 



BELOW: Police administration instructor, Terry Cox, reviews security 
methods with his class. RIGHT: Mike Trimpe tests a drug sample by in- 
jecting it into the gas chromatagraph. BOTTOM: Fire science instructor, 
Ron Hopkins, demonstrates the proper use of a fire extinguisher to in- 
terested onlookers. 




Academics.^Law Enforcement 147 



Institute Oversees ,-v^ 
Safety Programs 




ABOVE: A computer used in aiding students in driving safety class. TOP RIGHT: These law enforcement students learn 
the correct skills of motorcycle safety. RIGHT: Student checks safety belt before beginning driving simulation. 
OPPOSITE PAGE: TOP: Traffic safety students practice motorcycle drills as part of their training. OPPOSITE PACE: BOT- 
TOM: These Law Enforcement majors learn the driving skills needed for high speed maneuvers. 



148 Academics/Law Enforcement 





Headed by Dr. William 
Browne, the Traffic Safety In- 
stitute was especially busy this 
year. Federal Safety and 
Health Council members 
within the institute met to 
coordinate a statewide Child 
Safety Program. The institute 
received a contract from the 
Office of Highway Safety 
Programs to oversee a 
program for child safety 
restraints in cars. A special 
two-day course in avoiding 
auto collisions was offered by 
the Institute. Practice in driv- 
ing skills such as controlling 
braking, skid control, evasive 
maneuvers, and off-road 
recovery was conducted. The 
Boone Region Emergency 
Medical Service in Kentucky 
also benefited from the 
department. A grant was 
received for the training of 415 
ambulance drivers from the 
region. 



Academics/Law Enforcement 149 




Placing 100 per cent of its 
graduates in employment, the 
Department of Fire Prevention 
and Control is another example 
of the College of Law Enforce- 
ment's oustanding achievement. 
The department places person- 
nel in fire prevention, fire ser- 
vice administration, and in- 
dustrial loss prevention. Ac- 
cording to Director Dale Cozad, 
a contract with the city of Rich- 
mond was arranged for students 
to man the city's water pump. 
Also, the fire extinguishers will 
be under the control of the Fire 
Prevention department as part of 
the cooperative study program. 




TOP: Mr. Ron Hopkins, fire science instructor, shows senior Noah Eastman the process of 
recharging a fire extinguisher. ABOVE: Traffic safety instructor, Mr. Larry Speck, repairs a 
breathalizer to be used in experiments by law enforcement students. 



150 Academics/Law Enforcement 



Graduates Find Job Market Open 





ABOVE: Romeo Salano, law enforcement major, checks his absorption- 
elution test while it is on a rotator. ABOVE RIGHT: Mr. Dale CozacJ, 
chairman of fire prevention and control, reviews a list of specifications 
for his department. TOP: Dr. Fraas explaining the CC/Mass Spec- 
trograph to his Forensic Analysis class. 



Academics/Law Enforcement 15T 



Graduate School Upgrades Programs 



As a result of a continued 
moratorium by the Kentucky 
State Legislature on the expan- 
sion of graduate school 
programs, the focus within the 
Graduate School this year was 
again on upgrading existing 
programs and faculty. Despite 
limitations, the School 
retained its usual high status 
among similar Universities and 
Graduate Schools. Dean 
Charles H. Gibson and his 
department chairmen con- 
tinued to review prospective 
programs. 

Currently the Graduate 
School is exploring oppor- 
tunities for new programs in 
Community Nutrition in the 
Home Economics department, 
and new programs for the 
College of Applied Health and 
Nursing. One of the more 
promising proposals will be 
the multi-disciplinary option 
in Community Development. 
Another proposal to be added 
is the new option in Data 
Processing for the College of 
Business. 






LEFT: Students learn the art of map making in 
Cartograpiny class. BELOW: Jenny Henson, 
grad student, shares a laugh with her 
freshman English class. BOTTOM: Students 
watch with interest an experiment in a micro- 
biology lab as the grad assistant shows them a 
procedure. OPPOSITE LEFT: Dr. Charles Gib- 
son, Dean of Graduate School talks with 
masters degree recipient, Mr. W. R. Lundy. 
OPPOSITE BOTTOM: The Graduate Council 
discusses prospective programs for the next 
year. 









College Boasts Fifty Graduate Programs 



Eastern's Graduate School 
serves a diverse population; 
Every graduate returns to 
school for different reasons. 
Some come to renew their 
education, finding that 
knowledge in their field has 
expanded greatly; some 
return to keep their jobs, or to 
advance in their fields. Others 
come directly from college, 
opting to remain in the 
security of school. Eastern has 
over 50 continuing education 
programs and various degrees 
to respond to these different 
needs. 




TOP: Dr. Peggy Stanaland instructs one of the many graduate level 
classes in physical education. ABOVE: Grad student, Ron Weggieworth, 
addresses a seminar class as part of an assignment. RIGHT: Geology grad 
student, Ed Bowling, instructs this student on a lab procedure. OPPOSITE 
TOP: Physical education graduate students use class discussion time to 
cover related current events. OPPOSITE RIGHT: Kathy Osborne, 
graduate student in physical education puts an ice pack on Evy Abell's 
knee. 




154 Academics/Education 




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Academics/Education 155 



Last fall, Eastern's Board of Regents approved 
the reorganization of the University's academic 
structure. Effective July 1, 1979, the reorganiza- 
tion will mean some changes around the Uni- 
versity, most noticeably the creation of four new 
colleges. 

By blending parts of the old Central University 
College with the College of Arts and Sciences, 
the plan produced the College of Arts and 
Humanities, the College of Natural and 
Mathematical Sciences, and the College of 
Social and Behavioral Sciences. 

A fourth college, the College of Health, 
Physical Education, Recreation, and Athletics, 
was formed by removing the School of HPERA 




from the College of Education and establishing 
it as a separate college. 

The reorganization, according to the Univer- 
sity Planning Council, is an effort by the Univer- 
sity to correct "operational problems within the 
University that may be the result of 
organizational faults." 

One point the Planning Council stressed in its 
reorganization document was the importance of 
general education. The three new colleges 
spawned by the merger of Central University 
and the College of Arts and Sciences are 
charged with primary responsibility in general 
education based on existing University General 
Education Guidelines. 

The deans of the new colleges share the Plan- 
ning Council's concern for general education. 
"An obligation exists to help students function 
as intelligent human beings," said Dr. James Lib- 
bey, who will be Associate Dean of the College 
of Arts and Humanities. Dr. John Long, who will 
be Dean of that college, said that it is more im- 
portant now than ever to develop the students 
in as many aspects as possible. "This is a time in 
which more people are changing their profes- 
sions," said Dr. Long, "so why should students 
limit themselves to courses dealing only with 
their intended profession?" 

The addition of the three new colleges will 
mean smaller, more manageable administrative 
units for each college, will increase ad- 
ministrative efficiency, and will facilitate the 
development of the general education program. 

The smaller colleges will also have fewer 
faculty, meaning that communication within 
each college will be easier and making the 
decision-making process less time-consuming. 

The Deans and Associate Deans of the new 
colleges will be: 

College of Arts and Humanities 

Dean, Dr. John Long 

Associate Dean, Dr. James Libbey 

College of Natural and Mathematical Sciences 

Dean, Dr. Donald Batch 
Associate Dean, Dr. Wallace Dixon 

College of Social and Behavioral Sciences 

Dean, Dr. Russel Enzie 

Associate Dean, Dr. Kenneth Wilson 



156 Academics/Reorganization 



Eastern Reorganizes Academic Structure 




OPPOSITE LEFT: Dr. John Long walks across 
campus on his way to a discussion of the 
reorganization plan. Dr. Long will be Dean of 
the new College of Arts and Humanities. 
BELOW: Dr. Donald Batch is the Dean- 
designate of the College of Natural and 
Mathematical Sciences. Here Dr. Batch 
analyzes a specimen before one of his classes. 
LEFT: Dr. Russell Enzie studies a table of 
statistics in preparation for a reorganizalional 
meeting. Dr. Enzie will be Dean of the College 
of Social and Behavioral Sciences. 





The things they do often go unnoticed. They 
hardly ever get any credit or thanks. But they are 
always there, win or lose, doing what they do 
best, urging the team on to victory. They are, of 
course, the Cheerleaders. 

Under the direction of captain Kim Latham, 
the squad made appearances at Western Ken- 
tucky for football and at Western and Morehead 
for basketball, and with the additions of John 
Harkey and Brad Wallace to the team, they 
provided an exciting new aspect to the squads 
routines. 



ABOVE: Various dance routines were common throughout the football 
season. Here, the squad steps to the beat during a game against East Ten- 
nessee. RIGHT: cheerleader Brad Wallace lifts Donna Hays high in the 
air after another Eastern basket. 




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UPPER LEFT: In a scene that repeated itself eight times during the foot- 
ball season, the cheerleaders form their victory pyramid. This one oc- 
curred after the Colonels beat Morehead 30-0. ABOVE: )oe Orrender 
belts out a cheer to the crowd during the OVC Champions Colonels 119- 
68 basketball victory over University of the South. LOWER RIGHT: 1979 
CHEERLEADERS: Front Row: Steve Lyons, Joe Orrender. Back Row: John 
Harkey, Donna Hays, Kim Latham, Diana Reynolds, Kelli Ellis, Crystal 
Williams, Connie Craven, Kara Pettibone, Mimi Byrne, Brad Wallace. 








Sports/Cheerleaders 161 



Close only counts in Horseshoes 




The 1978 version of the Eastern Kentucky Uni- 
versity baseball team provided plenty of excite- 
ment throughout the spring, winning some high 
scoring slugfests, but coming up a little short in a 
lot of close games. The Colonels ended their 
season with overall and OVC records of 11-15-1 
and 2-8. 

Under Head Coach Jack Hissom, the Colonels 
finished 13th in the nation in team batting with a 
.328 average as seven Colonels hit .333 or better. 
Junior outfielder Darryl Weaver ended up the 
18th leading hitter in the NCAA, compiling a 
.429 mark. Weaver also hammered six home 
runs and drove in a team high 27 RBI's, while 
striking out only three times in 11 at bats. He 
earned All-OVC honors for 1978. 



ABOVE RIGHT: In a sequence of plays that typifies the Colonels rough 
and tumble action, Eastern catcher John Hissom blocks the plate as East 
Tennessee's Chris Bowems flinches at the impending collision. ABOVE 
CENTER: Bowem's goes tumbling after being hit by Hissom's shoulder 
block while umpire Bruce McLim carefully watches the action. ABOVE 
RIGHT: Bowems is flat on his back as McLim prepares to issue the final 
verdict. RIGHT: There's no doubt about it, YOU'RE OUT! 




162 Sports/Baseball 




Junior Corky Prater was also named to the All- 
OVC squad for the second time. Prater batted 
.333 and led the Colonels in doubles with 10, 
home runs with seven and he knocked in 24 
runs. 

The Colonels' main question for next year is 
whether their pitching staff gained any ex- 
perience. Their 6.30 ERA was the worst in the 
OVC, and hopefully, with seven hurlers return- 
ing including juniors Tom McNulty and Greg 
Wiseman, the Colonels will be able to change 
from singing the blues to whistling a winning 
tune. 





ABOVE: Chris Lesson rips into a pitch during a game against Camp- 
bellsville. Lesson hit .280 for the maroon and white and socked out two 
home runs. RIGHT: Colonel manager )ack Hissom discusses strategy 
with pitcher John Snedegar during a game against arch rival Morehead 
BELOW: 1978 BASEBALL COLONELS: BAT GIRLS: Charty Cravens, Terri 
Abney, Melanie Fish, )ackie Pfeifer, Linda House, Jill Gebelt, Andera 
Innis, Karen Newcombe, Karen Hart, Judy Riley, Roxie Wheeler, Laura 
Pytosh, Jan Greenwell. FRONT ROW: John Snedegar, Robin Dotson, 
Rick Bibbins, Jeff Dotson, Darryl Weaver, Dave Dorsey, Chris Lesson^ 
John Hissom, David Napier, Art Scibba — Graduate Asst. BACK ROW: 
Coach Jack Hissom, Craig Meyer, Ed Johnson, Ralf Kinder, Jeff Shaw, 
Gary Hatchett, Mike List, David Evans, Mike Weaver, Greg Wiseman, 
Tom McNulty. 





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164 Sports/Baseball 




ABOVE: Centerfi elder Kenny Lockett stares intently at the pitcher while 
batting. Lockett had a very disappointing season for the maroon and 
white in 1978 batting only .242 after an All-OVC performance of .338 in 
1977. BELOW RIGHT: Teammates congratulate Darryl Weaver after he 
belted a three run homer against Cambellsville. Weaver had six home 
runs and led the Colonels in runs batted in with 27. 



RA^iFRAII 






Eastern 


Opponents 


CAMPBELLSVILLE 


6 


3 


CAMPBELLSVILLE 


5 


6 


CUMBERLAND 


8 


5 


CUMBERLAND 


4 


3 


NORTHERN KENTUCKY 


5 


16 


NORTHERN KENTUCKY 


10 


10 


BEREA 


24 


9 


BEREA 


10 


6 


EASTTENNESSEE 


3 


15 


EAST TENNESSEE 


7 


22 


BEREA 


3 


4 


BEREA 


11 


1 


MOREHEAD 


9 


10 


MOREHEAD 


4 


2 


TENNESSEE TECH 


6 


7 


TENNESSEETECH 


1 


12 


MOREHEAD 


3 


18 


MOREHEAD 


3 


10 


EASTTENNESSEE 





5 


EASTTENNESSEE 


7 


6 


CENTRE 


14 


13 


CENTRE 


11 


1 


KENTUCKY 


11 


30 


LOUISVILLE 


5 


4 


LOUISVILLE 


5 


13 


CINCINNATI 


4 


5 


CINCINNATI 


4 


6 



WON: 11 LOST: 15 TIED: 1 



Sports/Baseball 165 




"This is shaping up to be the best year in the 
school's history," said Head Golf Coach Jim Sut- 
tie, and he was right. 

The Colonels won five tournaments during 
the 1977-78 season, including the Kentucky In- 
tercollegiate, the Mid-American Conference In- 
vitational, and the Colonel Classic. They also 
placed second in three other events, and were 
ranked 17th in the final NCAA Division l-AA golf 
poll. 

Middle Tennessee edged out the Colonels for 
the OVC title, 879 to 887, but All-OVC choices 



Eyeing the Future 

Richard Clark and Tom Tierney tied for fifth 
place in the individual standings with scores of 
220 for the 54 hole event. Clark also participated 
in the NCAA Championships in Eugene, 
Oregon, finishing 19th. 

Coach Jim Suttie resigned after the 77-78 
season and his successor, Ray Struder, has step- 
ped into an up and coming program. Six return- 
ing players, including junior Dave Gaer and 
senior Mike Gray make the Colonels' chance for 
the OVC crown in '79 look better all the time. 



ABOVE: Carefully eyeing the break of the green, Dave Gaer lines up a 
putt during the EKU Invitational. Gaer was one of the standouts on the 
Coloners' squad and holds the record at Arlington Country Club with an 
eight under par 54. 



166 Sports/Golf 



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GOLF 



GOLF 




INVITATIONAL 


EASTERN 


PINEHURST 




INTERCOLLEGIATE 


NINTH 


IRON DUKE CLASSIC 


EIGHTH 


FURMAN INVITATIONAL 


TWELTH 


COLONEL CLASSIC 


FIRST 


SOUTHERN JR.-SR. 




INVITATIONAL 


FIRST 


KENTUCKY INTERCOLLEGIATE 


FIRST 


EASTERN DIVISION 




QUADRANGULAR 


THIRD 


PURDUE INVITATIONAL 


SECOND 


MID-AMERICAN 




INVITATIONAL 


FIRST 


GOLD AND WHITE 




INVITATIONAL 


SECOND 


EKU INVITATIONAL 


FIRST 


OVC CHAMPIONSHIPS 


SECOND 






RIGHT: Showing perfect form, Mike Frey aims greenward with his three- 
iron. BELOW LEFT: 1978 GOLF TEAM: FRONT ROW: Doug Noah, Tom 
North, Greg Waggoner, Dave Clement, Mike Gray, Brad Phillips. BACK 
ROW: Richard Clark, Doug Brehme, Mike Frey, )ohn Zitkovic, Brad 
Smith, Tom Tierney, Coach Jim Suttie, Dave Gaer. 




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Sports/Golf 167 




Just a Little 
Out of Reach 





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Playing one of their 
toughest schedules in years, 
with Notre Dame, Mississippi, 
Kentucky and Memphis State 
on the card, the Men's Tennis 
team under the direction of 
Tom Higgins struggled 
through the 1978 spring 
season, winning eight and los- 
ing 15 matches. 

A lot of matches could of 
gone either way, but it was in- 
experience that hampered the 
netters as seven under- 
classmen were placed in tough 
situations. Overall, they did 
surprisingly well, finishing fifth 
in the Greg Adams Invitational 
Tournament and defeated 
some strong teams in some of 
their dual matches. 




TOP: Freshman netter John Rowiett stretches outward to hit a forehand 
shot back to his opponent during the Colonels 9-0 victory over Centre. 
Rowiett, a native of Richmond, Kentucky, played well for the netmen 
during his first season. ABOVE: Number four seed Rich Vandish slams a 
backhand back across the net for the Colonels in one of their dual 
matches. Vandish, a junior, returns again next year for the netters. 



168 Sports/Men's Tennis 



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Eastern 


Opp 


SIU-EDWARDSVILLE 


2 


7 


EASTTENNESSEE 


3 


6 


TENNESSEE TECH 


5 


4 


SIU-CARBONDALE 


5 


4 


GREG ADAMS INVITATIONAL FIFTH 


KENTUCKY 


1 


8 


OHIO STATE 


3 


6 


AUSTIN PEAY 


5 


4 


TOLEDO 


5 


4 


WESTERN MICHIGAN 


2 


7 


MIAMI (OHIO) 


2 


7 


OHIO 


5 


4 


OHIOWESLEYAN 


7 


2 


TENNESSEE TECH 


3 


6 


MISSISSIPPI 


3 


6 


MOREHEAD 


4 


5 


NOTRE DAME 


3 


6 


NORTHERN ILLINOIS 


6 


3 


BOWLING GREEN 


3 


6 


CENTRE 


9 





APPALACHIAN STATE 


3 


6 


MEMPHIS STATE 


1 


8 


MURRAY STATE 


4 


5 


MIDDLETENNESSEE 


2 


7 


OVC TOURNAMENT 


SEVENTH 


WON: 8 LOST: 


15 





ABOVE LEFT: Mark Holstew, a freshman from Charleston, West Virginia, 
reaches up to fire a blistering serve towards his opponent in the Colonels 
7-2 win over Ohio Wesleyan. LEFT: In a scrimmage, Bibb Landrum prac- 
tices his backhand. Landrum finished the season placing sixth in the 
OVC in singles. BELOW: Front Row: Mark Holstein, Don Briscoe, Bibb 
Landrum. Back Row: Glenn Raglin, Jamie Harris, Kurt Heverman, Butch 
Young, Jeff Zinn, Rich Vandish, John Rowlett. 



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A bad start here, a dropped 
baton there, such was the 
season for Eastern's Men's 
track team. Stumbling at the 
starting blocks, the tracksters 
fell too far behind in their 
meets during the year and just 
never could catch up; 
although they did do well in 
some meets, their efforts were 
inconsistent, and therefore 
individual achievement was 
the main highlight. 

Mike Howell, Scott DeCan- 
dia, and Chris Goodwin were 
all double record breakers for 
the Colonels this past spring. 
Howell smashed both the in- 
door and outdoor high jump 
marks last season, clearing six 
feet TO inches and seven feet 
respectively, while DeCandia 
did his thing in the shot put 
with tosses of 55 feet six inches 
inside and 56 feet seven inches 
outside. Goodwin, mean- 
while, triple jumped his way to 
a mark of 51 feet eight inches 
indoors and 50 feet and six in- 
ches outdoors. 

Dulling these performances 
were a seventh place finish in 
the OVC Indoor meet and a 
sixth place showing in the 
OVC Outdoor meet, which 
was surprising with the overall 
talent of Head Coach Art Har- 
vey's squad. But the added ex- 
perience of the veterans along 
with a good recruiting year by 
Harvey should bring respec- 
tability back where it belongs 
— at the Tom Samuels track. 




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Stumbling at the . . . 




TOP RIGHT: Dashing out of the starting blocks is 440 relay member 
Henry Bridges. The Colonels seemed never to get a strong foothold in 
any of their meets this year and therefore did not perform well as a team. 
ABOVE: 1978 Men's Track Team: FRONT ROW: Drey Bey, Wes Burks, 
Tom Roggy, Nick Nicosia, )im Hill, Steve Angerman, Mark Helgeson, Jeff 
Wright. SECOND ROW: Walter Brookins, T.). Swan, Keith Burton, Chris 
Goodwin, Mike Howell, Rod Tudor, Bill Catlett, ferome Wright. THIRD 
ROW: Art Harvey — Head Coach, Joe Boyle, Doug Wagenaar, Devin 
Reed, Frank Powers — Student Coach, Garry Shields, Fred Scheffler, 
Gary Noel, Gene Fitzhugh, Dave McCracken, Bob Cressman, Ron 
Wilson, Scott DeCandia, Bill Morgan, Stanley Moore, Bill Hebert — 
Grad. Asst. 



170 Sports/Men's Track 




...starting Blocks 



MEN'S TRACK 



Eastern Opponents 



PLACE 



OVC INDOOR SEVENTH 

ILLINOIS STATE 60 85 

MOREHEAD RELAYS UNSCORED MEET 
OVC EASTERN QUADRANGULAR FIRST 

DOGWOOD RELAYS UNSCORED MEET 

OHIO STATE RELAYS SECOND 

OVC OUTDOOR SIXTH 



TOP LEFT: Senior Scott DeCandia unleashes the shot during the Tom 
Samuels Invitational tract meet this past spring. DeCandia was the win- 
ner of the shot put in the OVC Championships with a toss of 56 feet 
seven inches. BELOW: On his way to a school record is high jumper 
Mike Howell. Howell, a junior from Madrid, Spain, holds both of 
Eastern's high jump records, six feet 10 inches indoors and seven feet 
outdoors. 




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RIGHT: In a time elapsed shot, Denise McCoy 
is nothing but a blur as she strides down the 
tack in the 440 yard dash. McCoy also par- 
ticipated in the high jump where she set a 
new school record for that event, jumping 
five feet eight inches. BELOW: Nareen White 
sprints towards the finish line for the lady 
tracksters in the 440 high hurdles during the 
Becky Boone Relays. White also played 
basketball for the lady Colonels last season. 



We're number one! We're number one! 

By winning the Kentucky Women's Inter- 
collegiate Championships, the Women's track 
team has earned the title of State Champions, 
1978. Even though the team is young, they 
gained experience in impressive showings in the 
Dogwood Relays and the Becky Boone Relays. 

School records fell during the spring season. 
Teri Seippel set a new mark in the 110 meter 
high hurdles with a time of 14.8 seconds; Marie 
Geisler's 127 feet 10 inch javelin throw was also a 
new record. Sharon Walker in the 200 meter 
run, the 440 yard relay team and the 880 yard 
relay team also set new marks for the lady 
tracksters. 

Cross country sensations Sue Schaefer and 
Jenny Utz both ran for the track team and both 
qualified for Nationals; Schaefer in the 3,000 
meter run and Utz in the 5,000 meter run. Seip- 
pel also qualified in the Association of Inter- 
collegiate Athletics for Women in her speciality, 
the Pentathlon. 




172 Sports/Women's Track 



Nothing but 
the Best! 



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WOMEN'S TRACK 



OHIO STATE 

PURDUE INVITATIONAL 

MOREHEAD STATE 

TENNESSEE 

BEREA 

LOUISVILLE 

VIRGINIA INVITATIONAL 

MOREHEAD STATE 

MURRAY STATE 

DOGWOOD RELAYS 

KWiC TRACK AND 

FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS 
BECKY BOONE RELAYS 



Eastern Opp. 

PLACE 
SNOWED OUT 
140 92 

FIRST 
UNSCOREDMEET 
118 91/2 
118 71/2 
SECOND 
88 52 

FIFTH 
UNSCOREDMEET 

FIRST 
THIRD 





ABOVE: Sophomore Shauna Bradley bursts out of the starting blocks in 
the opening leg of the 440 yard relay during the KWIC Championships 
which were won by the lady tracksters. Bradley also ran well for the 
women in her speciality, the 100 yard dash. THE 1978 WOMEN'S TRACK 
TEAM: FRONT ROW: Vicki Hullette, Gina Kaufman, Teri Spears, Rita 
Taylor, Ba Ba Cray, Shuana Bradley, Peggy Painter, Sheree Da\is, Rose 
Travis. SECOND ROW: lanet McGill, Vicky Renner, Pam Maggard, Jenny 
Utz, Nareen White, Sharon Storm, Mary Silvani, Joetta Walker, Kelly 
Brinker. THIRD ROW: Betty Mills (Student Assistant), Paula Gaston, 
Denise McCoy, Bea Yaden, Nancy Hess, Sue Schaefer, Lauren Geiss, Ber- 
nie Cocanougher, Teri Seippel, Marie Geisler, Debbie Niles, Sharon 
Walker, Denise Bailey (Student Assistant). 



SportsAVomen's Track 173 





It was a season of 
milestones. Head Coach Roy 
Kidd won his 100th career 
football game; placekicker 
David Floresand fullback Dale 
Patton both set new school 
records in scoring; the 
maroon and white finished the 
season with a 8-2 record and 
they were ranked 8th in the 
nation by the NCAA Division 
l-AA poll. 

It was also a season of 
heartbreak. Seven points kept 
the Colonels from being un- 
defeated; a field goal with no 
time left on the clock cost 
Eastern the OVC Cham- 
pionship, and a possible spot 
in the Division l-AA playoffs. 
Stan Mitchell, the Colonels' 
speedy tailback, got hurt in 
the first game and never got 
back into form until the last 
game of the year. 

But the Colonels can look 
forward to next year. 45 letter- 
men will return for Kidd and 
his coaches, and with only five 
members of the squad 
graduating, 1979 could be a 
banner year for Eastern foot- 
ball. 

The Colonels traveled to 
Troy, Alabama to take on Troy 
State in the opening game of 
the 1978 season. In what 
Coach Kidd attributed to 
"opening game jitters," 
Eastern dropped a tough 16-10 
decision to the Trojans. A Bill 
Hughes pass was intercepted 
in the end zone with only 30 
seconds left and that sealed 
the Colonels' fate. 



LEFT: Roy Kidd is hoisted on his players 
shoulders after he gained his 100th victory as a 
Head Coach in a 30-0 win over Morehead. 
Kidd has been at Eastern for the past fifteen 
years, has a won-lost record of 100-48-6, and 
has averaged nearly seven victories a season. 



174 Sports/Football 







LEFT: Hard-hitting defense was one of the 
keys for the Colonels and their 8-2 record. 
Here, tackle Rickie Rhodes plows into a 
Murray State running back and jars the ball 
loose. The Colonels recovered the ball and 
went on to beat the Racers, 24-21. BELOW: 
Behind the solid blocking of AII-OVC guard 
Dean Stucky, fullback Dale Patton charges up 
the middle for a big gain. Patton was also an 
AII-OVC performer and gained 985 yards last 
year. 



East Tennessee provided the 
opposition for the Colonels as 
they opened the home part of 
their schedule at Hanger Field. 
The Buccanneers left the OVC 
to join the Southern Con- 
ference and the Colonels gave 
them a grand farewell. Alvin 
Miller and Dale Patton both 
rushed for over 100 yards and 
Patton scored three 
touchdowns as Eastern 
destroyed the Bucs, 49-6. 
Flanker David Booze caught 
TD passes of 21 and 51 yards as 
the Colonels amassed 642 total 
yards. 

Clarksville, Tennessee and 
the Governors of Austin Peay 
were next for the Colonels. 
The defense, led by Joe 
Richard, Ricky Rhodes and 
Chris Roberts, manhandled 
the Govs throughout the en- 
tire game, and the offense 
scored two TD's enroute to a 
14-0 victory. 





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Sports/Football 175 







ABOVE: With great protection, Quarterback Bill Hughes prepares to fire 
a pass downfield. Hughes threw for 728 yards and he completed 47 of 89 
aerials, 52.8 percent. BELOW: Looking up the field, tailback Stan 
Mitchell scampers towards the goal line. Despite missing nearly half the 
season with an injury, Mitchell gained 513 yards in 118 carries. 




The blitz continued against 
Middle Tennessee. Dale Pat- 
ton bulled his way for 143 
yards and scored three 
touchdowns as Eastern 
demolished the Blue Raiders 
42-12 at Hanger Field. Quar- 
terback Bill Hughes com- 
pleted 7 of 8 passes for 112 
yards, and connected with 
David Booze on a 68-yard 
scoring bomb. 

Dayton, Ohio was freezing 
cold and so was the Colonels' 
running attack for most of the 
game. However, Bill Hughes 
had his best day passing for 
the maroon and white, hitting 
on 12 of 15 passes for 161 
yards, and Dale Patton 
smashed across for two TD's as 
Eastern squeaked out a 17-16 
victory, the fourth win in a row 
for the Colonels. The team was 
now sky high for the match 
with arch rival Western, in 
Bowling Green. 




ABOVE LEFT: Ed Laski jumps for joy as a last second field goal try by 
Western Kentucky goes wide. ABOVE RIGHT: Laski disgustedly trudges 
off the field after a roughing the kicker penalty gave Western another 
chance. This time the kicker didn't miss. BELOW: From Corky Prater's 
hold, David Flores booms a field goal. Flores set the school record for the 
most points by a kicker with 59. BELOW RIGHT: After returning a kickoff 
99 yards for a touchdown against Murray State, Jerry Parrish (88) is mob- 
bed in the end-zone by his teammates. 




Sports/Football 177 




The Western game was the 
turning point of the season as 
far as the Colonels were con- 
cerned. Looking back, the 
heartbreaking 17-16 loss cost 
Eastern the OVC crown and a 
9-1 record. Behind Dale Pat- 
ton's 149 yards rushing, the 
Colonels carried a 16-7 lead 
into the final quarter, and had 
over 19,000 fans and an ABC- 
TV regional audience literally 
screaming. 

But Western rallied back 
and with four seconds left, 
Kevin McGrath missed a field 
goal attempt, but was 
roughed. The second time he 
didn't miss and the Hilltoppers 
claimed a one point victory in 
one of the best rivalries in 
college football. 




UPPER LEFT: Thanks to ABC Television, the Eastern-Western football 
game was broadcast regionally across the MicJwest, although the final 
score disappointed the Eastern fans. LOWER LEFT: Sophomore fullback 
Alvin Miller slides past a Western defender on his way upfield. BELOW: 
Vernon Lundquist and Rick Forzanno provided the play-by-play and the 
color commentary for the fans that watched the 17-16 comeback victory 
by the Hilltoppers on television. 











178 Sports/Football 






TOP LEFT: As he did 15 times last season, fullback Dale Patton crosses the 
goal line for another touchdown. Patton scored 96 points during the year 
to set a new school scoring record. LEFT: Reserve punter Rick Sang 
prepares to blast a punt away during the Morehead game. Sang took 
over the punting chore in midseason for an injured Joel Scrafton, and he 
averaged nearly 40 yards a punt. ABOVE: Members of Eastern's defen- 
sive unit swarm over a Murray State runningback. The defensive half of 
the maroon machine allowed only 11.8 points a game which led the 
OVC. 



Sports/Football 179 



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ABOVE: 1978 FOOTBALL COLONELS: Front Row: Guy Candolfo, 
manager, Maurice Graddy, manager, Corky Prater, Gary Thomas, David 
Floras, Chris Isaac, Ranard McPhaul, Bruce Cox, Tom White, Tom Berger, 
). T. Graddick, Anthony Braxton, Dave Schaible, Gary Ford, Danny Mar- 
tin, George Floyd, )oel Scrafton, Bill Kolesar, Dave Francis, manager, 
lames Brannon, manager. Second Row: Jack Ison, assistant coach. Cliff 
McCullough, lerry Parrish, Rodney Byrd, Alex Dominguez, Nicky Yeast, 
Henry Robinson, Dale Patten, Fred Griffin, Alvin Miller, Mark Parker, 
Tim Frommeyer, Darryl Lawson, Ed Laski, Dan Dunlevy, Bob Mcintyre, 
Joe Richard, Chris Roberts, Dr. Bobby Barton, trainer. Third Row: Roy 
Kidd, head coach, )oe Blankenship, assistant coach, Leon Hart, assistant 
coach, Ned Ashton, part-time coach, Lloyd Fowler, Wilbert Parson, Rick 
Sang, Kevin Greve, Chris Taylor, Gary Branch, Don McKinnon, Mark 
Willoughby, Carl Greene, J. D. Williams, Terry Humphrey, Richard Bell, 
Steve Fletcher, Steve Frommeyer, graduate assistant coach, Joe Kinnan, 
assistant coach, Frank Vohun, assistant coach, Tom Darby, part-time 
coach. Fourth Row: David Dihrkop, James Shelton, Prentis Ragland, 
Bobby Payne, Mark Siemon, Bill Hughes, Stan Mitchell, Joe Schipske, 
Danny Hope, Ed Finella, Dean Stucky, David Neal, Scott Bowman, David 
Booze, Mike Sheehan, David Holland, Mike Kelley, Buddy Moor, Chris 
Curtis, Tom Nix, Matt Weber, Charles Brunson, Rickie Rhodes. 




The Murray Racers were the 
homecoming victim as the 
Colonels struggled to a 24-21 
u'in. With the Western game 
still in the minds of many of 
the players, Eastern looked 
sluggish during much of the 
contest. Freshman Jerry Parish 
returned a kickoff 99 yards for 
a touchdown and Patton 
scored two others while rack- 
ing up 119 yards on the 
ground. 

The Colonels hit the road 
again, traveling to Tennessee 
Tech to face the Golden 
Eagles. Tech jumped out to a 
16-0 lead at the half and 
Eastern looked as if they had 
sleeping sickness. Whatever 
was said in the locker room 
fired up the team because the 
Colonels exploded for 20 
points in the third quarter and 
then held on for a 20-16 vic- 
tory. 



LEFT: With flanker David Booze signaling a 
touchdown in the background, freshman 
quarterback Chris Isaac lunges into the end 
zone past an outstretched Akron defender. 




FOOTBALL 



Eastern Opponents 



TROY STATE 


10 


16 


EAST TENNESSEE 


49 


6 


AUSTIN PEAY 


14 





MIDDLETENNESSEE 


42 


12 


DAYTON 


17 


16 


WESTERN KENTUCKY 


16 


17 


MURRAY STATE 


24 


21 


TENNESSEE TECH 


20 


16 


AKRON 


35 


14 


MOREHEAD STATE 


30 





WON: 8 


LOST 


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UPPER LEFT: Charles Brunson, with Terry Humphrey providing back up 
support, heads off upfield on his 50 yard punt return against Akron. 
Brunson filled in for Joel Scrafton at safety and did a super job. BELOW: 
Starting an option play, Bill Hughes prepares to pitch to Dale Patton. 
These two provided Colonel fans with plenty of excitement throughout 
the season. 




Sports/Football 181 




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The newest member of the 
OVC, The Akron Zips came to 
Hanger Field to do battle with 
the maroon and white. The 
Zips won't be eligible for con- 
ference play until 1980 and af- 
ter a 35-14 blitz by the 
Colonels, Akron is probably 
thinking twice about joining. 
Stan Mitchell rushed for 95 
yards and Dale Patton had 94 
as Eastern shot away to a 35-0 
lead and coasted to their 
seventh victory. 

For the last six years, the 
Colonels have not lost a game 
to the Morehead Eagles. It is 
now seven, as the Colonels 
bombarded Morehead, 30-0 in 
the season finale. Mitchell 
scampered for 133 yards and 
scored two touchdowns. Pat- 
ton had two more TD's to put 
his total at 15, breaking the 
school record of 13 set by 
Alfred Thompson in 1973. Pat- 
ton's 96 points also broke 
Thompson's record of most 
points in a season by 16 points. 

David Flores broke the 
school record for the most 
points scored by a kicker (59) 
and had a span of 60 straight 
extra points before one was 
blocked in the Morehead 
game. In two years, Flores is 63 
for 64. 



UPPER LEFT: Breaking away from the grasp of 
an Akron linebacker, tailback Stan Mitchell 
turns on the speed and heads on upfield. 
Mitchell gained 95 yards as the Colonels rout- 
ed the Zips, 35-14. LEFT: With Flanker Bill 
Kolesar throwing a good block. Bill Hughes 
cuts around the outside. Hughes will return 
next year as quarterback for the Colonels. 



182 Sports/Football 




ABOVE: Leaving a trail of defenders in his wake, freshman tailback 
Anthony Braxton churns his way towards the Middle Tennessee goal 
line. UPPER LEFT: Defensive back Danny Martin arrives too late to pre- 
vent an opponent's touchdown. BELOW: After a short gain, reserve 
quarterback Chris Isaac is hauled down by a host of Akron defenders. 





ABOVE: The field general, quarterback Bill 
Hughes, barks out signals to the offensive line. 
The Colonels were the number one offensive 
unit in the OVC averaging 388.4 yards a game. 
RIGHT: Slamming into the Western quarter- 
back is linebacker Tom Berger. The Hilltop- 
pers rallied from a 16-7 deficit to post a 17-16 
victory. 







184 Sports/Football 




TOP LEFT: AII-OVC noseguard, Joe Richard prepares to put the fatal 
blow to the East Tennessee quarterback. Richard led the team in sacks 
with 14 and in tackles with 61. LEFT: George Floyd (31) and Steve Fletcher 
(23) manhandle a Tennessee Tech runningback. ABOVE: After inter- 
cepting a pass against Murray, Ed Laski bulldozes his way towards the 
goal line. 



Sports/Football 185 



Eastern: Kings Of The OVC 



Basketball is BACK and it's 
alive and well and here to stay 
in Richmond, Kentucky. The 
Colonels have definitely es- 
tablished themselves as a 
basketball power, thanks to 
third year coach Ed Byhre. 

Byhre has taken the 
Colonels from being the door- 
mat of the league to becoming 
the outright champion of the 
OVC, winning the regular 
season title with a 9-3 con- 
ference record and then win- 
ning the post season tourna- 
ment which decides the OVC 
representative in the NCAA 
Tournament. 

The Colonels finished the 
year with a record of 21-8, 
their best since 1946-47. They 
competed in the NCAA 
Mideast Regionals, losing to 
Tennessee 97-81 in their first 
tournament appearance since 
1971-72. 

One of the main reasons for 
the Colonels overall success 
was James "Turk" Tillman. 
Tillman, a junior transfer from 
Maryland, broke no less than 
four school records in leading 
Eastern to the OVC crown. 



UPPER RIGHT: lames "Turk" Tillman fires up 
one of his patented jump shots during the 
Colonels 73-69 victory over the Murray 
Racers. Tillman had a tremendous season for 
the Colonels, averaging 25.9 points a game. 
RIGHT: Speeding up the court, Bruce lones 
drives past his Morehead opponent. Jones 
dished out an OVC record 243 assists during 
the year and was one of the main reasons the 
Colonels won the OVC Championship. 



186 Sports/Men's Basketball 





LEFT: Junior center Dave Bootcheck drives 
around an Urbana defender for a lavup dur- 
ing the game in Alumni Coliseum. Bootcfieck 
scored 15 points in the 115-61 blowout of the 
Blue Knights. RIGHT: "Take That!" Vic 
Merchant seems to be saying as he slams 
home a tremendous stuff shot against 
archrival Western Kentucky. Western 
defeated Eastern twice during the regular 
season but the Colonels won the OVC Tour- 
nament with a thrilling 78-77 victory over the 
Hilltoppers. 



Sports/Men's Basketball 187 



Tillman scored 780 points, 
made 309 field goals, shot 591 
times and averaged 26.9 points 
a game, fourth highest in the 
nation. He scored over 30 or 
more points eight times over 
the course of the season and 
went past the 40 point barrier 
twice. 

Turk was a unanimous selec- 
tion as "OVC Player of the 
Year" and was named Sports 
lllustrated's "National Player 
of the Week" during the 
month of February. 

Eastern ran off two six game 
winning streaks during the 
season. Included among its 
victims were powerful Dayton, 
North Carolina-Charlotte and 
West Virginia. The Colonels 
also ended up ninth in the na- 
tion in team scoring, averaging 
86.6 points a game, and went 
over the 100 point barrier five 
times. 

Consistency and teamwork 
were two strong points of the 
Colonels during the 1978-79 
season. Along with Tillman, 
Bruce Jones averaged 13.7 
points a game and dished out 
243 assists, setting a new OVC 
record. Eastern also 
handed out 561 assists as a 
team to set another OVC 
mark. 

Kenny Elliott averaged 12.7 
points while Vic Merchant, 
Dave Bootcheck and junior 
college transfer Dale Jenkins 
were all close behind at 9.4, 6.8 
and 6.1 respectfully. 



UPPER RIGHT: Leaving Morehead's Glen 
Napier nailed to the floor, Bruce Jones floats 
toward the basket and drops in a layup during 
the Colonels 97-95 victory over the Eagles. 
RIGHT: skying through the free throw lane, 
James Tillman soars up for a shot over four 
Tennessee Tech defenders during the 
Colonels 112-84 destruction of the Golden 
Eagles on the "OVC Game of the Week." 










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NORTHERN KENTUCKY 
BALL STATE 
MISSOURI 
ALA-BIRMINGHAM 
DAYTON 
BUTLER 

NORTH CAROLINA- 
CHARLOTTE 
NEVADA-RENO 
FRESNO STATE 
TOLEDO 

MIDDLE TENNESSEE 
AUSTIN PEAY 
MURRAY STATE 
TENNESSEE TECH 
URBANA 

MOREHEAD STATE 
WESTERN KENTUCKY 
MIDDLE TENNESSEE 
WESTERN KENTUCKY 
AUSTIN PEAY 
MURRAY STATE 
WEST VIRGINIA 
TIFFIN 

TENNESSEETECH 
UNIVERSITY OF THE SOUTH 
MOREHEAD STATE 
OVC TOURNAMENT 
MIDDLE TENNESSEE 
WESTERN KENTUCKY 
NCAA TOURNAMENT 
TENNESSEE 
WON: 21 LOST: 8 

BASKETBALL 



UPPER LEFT: Powering through two Morehead defenders, Senior Kenny 
Elliott muscles towards the basket. Elliott finished his four years with the 
maroon and white amassing 1353 points. LEFT: Exulting in victory, Head 
Coach Ed Byhre bearhugs Assistant Coach Bobby Washington after the 
Colonels upset powerful independent Dayton 72-70 before a vocal 
crown of 5,800 in Alumni Coliseum. Byhre led Eastern to the OVC Cham- 
pionship, a 21-8 record and was named "OVC Coach of the Year." 



Eastern 


Opp. 


92 


80 


88 


86 


81 


82 


71 


88 


71 


70 


104 


81 


86 


80 


86 


114 


84 


78 


57 


82 


81 


77 


82 


73 


73 


69 


112 


84 


115 


61 


97 


95 


65 


70 


84 


83 


77 


78 


69 


57 


87 


76 


93 


91 


91 


63 


100 


72 


119 


68 


91 


98 


90 


81 


78 


77 



81 



97 



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Byhre's three year record at 
Eastern is 44-34 and to cap off 
this outstanding season, Byhre 
was named "OVC Coach of 
the Year" by his fellow men- 
tors. 

Kenny Elliott ended his 
career at Eastern as the sixth 
leading scorer in Colonel 
history; he left with 1,353 
points. Merchant and Chris 
Williams also hang up the 
uniforms after successful stints 
with the maroon and white. 

With nine players returning 
for next year and with some 
super transfers waiting in the 
wings, the Colonels should be 
even better next year. Because 
once you reach the top, you 
don't ever want to come 
down. 



UPPER RIGHT: Senior forward Vic Merchant 
leaps over Dave Bootchecl< as he puts the 
clamps on a rebouncJ during Eastern's 92-83 
victory over Austin Peay. Merchant is one of 
three seniors on the Colonels squad that will 
be hanging up the maroon and white. 
BELOW: 1979 OVC CHAMPIONS: FRONT 
ROW: Donnie Moore, Dave Tierney, Bruce 
Jones, Danny Haney, James Tillman, Kenny 
Elliott. BACK ROW: Bobby Barton, Trainer, 
Bobby Washington, Assistant Coach, Max 
Good, Assistant Coach, Vic Merchant, Chris 
Williams, Dale Jenkins, Dave Bootcheck, Dave 
Jenkins, Carvin Blocker. Ed Byhre, Head 
Coach, Jimmy Russell, Manager. 





190 Sports/Men's Basketball 






UPPER LEFT: Besides scoring, James Tillman can also play defense. Here 
he blocks a layup attempt by Tennessee Tech's Brian Troupe during the 
Colonels 112-84 blowout victory over the Golden Eagles. ABOVE: 
Muscling in for a layup during Eastern's 115-61 rout of Urbana is the 
Coloners 6'8" center Dave Bootcheck. Bootcheck had a subpar year for 
the Colonels as early season injuries limited his playing time. LER: Not 
only can he score and play defense, guard Bruce Jones can rebound, 
too. Here, he steals a carom from Butler's Larry Lubs during the Colonels 
104-81 romp before 4,500 in Alumni Coliseum. 



Sports/Men's Basketball 191 



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their way to a 9-3 slate and the cham- 
pionship. There were games in which 
time flew . . . others when it seemed to 
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The eternity of those last seconds was a touch of 
heaven, a bit of hell ... as the final seconds flashed by, 
there was a soft jump shot by Kenny Elliott that paused 
silently on the rim amid the din of 6500 fans as ten 
men, bent on making time work to their advantage, 
watched and muscled their way to the boards. The ball 
dropped off ... another shot . . . another miss and 
more frantic war under the boards . . . another shot, 
another miss . . . where had the time gone. It had run 
out, according to the men in red, but the men in the 
black and white stripes who made the decision were 
not so sure, and the book says that even time must 
obey the rules. 





So, there was time for two final dramatic 
free throws from a former walk-on 






who tossed them ever so confidently through the 
hoop. 





who tossed them ever so confidently through the 
hoop. 




INCAA MIDEAST REGION ALS 1979 ® 



Murfreesboro, Tennessee was the site of the 
first round of the 43rcl annual NCAA National 
Championship Tournament's Mideast Regional 
between the Tennessee Volunteers and the 
Eastern Kentucky Colonels. 

Eastern Kentucky won the Ohio Valley Con- 
ference post-season tournament which deter- 
mines the league's representative in the 40 team 
tournament. Tennessee was the champion of 
the Southeastern Conference Tournament and 
each team was making it's fifth NCAA ap- 
pearance. 

Over 500 Colonel fans made their way to Mur- 
freesboro to cheer for Eastern, Although the 
crown was predominantly for Tennessee, the 
vocal Colonel supporters definitely made their 
presence known to everyone. 

Eastern quickly ran out to a 15-5 first half lead, 
and held the lead for nearly all of the first half, 
until the Tennessee size began to wear down 
the Colonels and when the horn sounded, the 



Volunteers had grabbed a 44-38 lead. 

The Colonels hung close, thanks to some long 
range shooting and with 14 minutes to go in the 
game, the Tennessee lead was only four points 
at 54-50. 

The Volunteers inside game went to work and 
reeled off a 24-10 spurt over the next eight 
minutes to push ahead 78-60 and the Vols never 
looked back in coasting to a 97-81 victory over 
the Colonels. 



James "Turk" Tillman led all scorers with 21 points but the Colonels lack 
of size told the story as Tennessee amassed a 53-39 edge on the boards. 



LOWER LEFT: Under heavy pressure by the Colonels Bruce Jones, Ten- 
nessee's Bert Bertelkamp fires a pass across to a teammate during the 
NCAA first round game al Murfreesboro, Tenn. Jones outscored his 
counterpart guard, 12 to 2, but Tennessee won the game 97-81. BELOW: 
Volunteer Terry Crosby fouls Kenny Elliott as he drives in towards the 
basket. Elliott scored 11 points in the 97-81 loss and ended his four year 
career at Eastern as the fifth all-time leading scorer. 






ABOVE: Trying to hide the tears and disappointment. Senior Guard 
Kenny Elliott sadly walks off the court after the Colonels were beaten 
by Tennessee 97-81 in the NCAA tournament. LEFT: Forward Vic 
Merchant is hammered by Tennessee's Howard Wood as he attempts to 
put in a rebound during the Colonels defeat at the hands of the 
Volunteers. BELOW: Visibly disgusted, Eastern Head Coach Ed 
Byhoe answers reporters questions in a press conference after the 
Colonels ended their season at 21-8 with a first round loss in the 
NCAA tournament to Tennessee. 



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stretching to the State 



ABOVE: Senior Gary Jameson stretches 
towards the finish line during a leg of the 200 
meter breaststroke. Jameson, a senior from 
Nashville, Tennessee set a new record in the 
200-yard medley with a time of 1:58.0. 
BELOW: Gasping for breath as he churns 
through the water during a leg of the 
breaststroke is senior Kent Pleasants. 




196 Sports/Swimming 




ABOVE: Chip Davis eyes the finish line in a section of the 200-meter but- 
terfly during the Eels 65-48 victory over the University of Louisville. 
BELOW: Showing good form, Ray House is set to make a big splash in the 
100-meter freestyle. 




Sports/Swimming 197 



It's been a long time coming, but the electrify- 
ing Eels of Head Coach Dan Lichty are once 
again State Champions of Kentucky. Eastern set 
five pool records and totaled nine lifetime best 
swims. As the Eels ran away from the field in 
compiling 17 first place finishes and ammassing 
759 points for their first state title in five years. 

Stating the fact the Eels were "facing the most 
difficult dual meet schedule we've ever had", 
Lichty put his team through some of the 
toughest training and it paid off as they swam to 
a 3-4 dual-meet record and a second place finish 
in the Midwest Independent Championships as 
they compiled 10 lifetime best swims in the 
process. Sophomore Chris Gray, from Nashville, 
Tennessee, was consistent for the Eels 
throughout the season and he set three new 
school records in the 1,650, 1,000 and 500-meters 
freestyle. 

Lichty's squad is dominated by under- 
classmen; he loses only four seniors, so the Eels 
should be on their way to making a big charge in 
the water world real soon. 



UPPER LEFT: Head Coach Dan Lichty and his assistant Ron Holihan 
discuss strategy at a meet against Indiana State. Lichty led the Eels to the 
State Championship this year. BELOW: 1979 SWIM TEAM: Front Row: 
Greg Stengell, Sue Edmonds, Kevin Curren, Scott Barber. Second Row: 
Chip Davis, Mike Machusau, Gary Jameson, Brett Yoder, Mark Mullin, 
Mark Sullivan, Scott Mosgrove, David Bright. Third Row: Dan Lichty, 
Head Coach, Don Waters, Mark Preston, Brad Butch, Chris Cray, Ron 
Siggs, John Meisenhimer, Ray House, Greg Dodge, Kent Pleasants, Matt 
Painter, Dennis Bright, Dave Zirkelbach, Mike Scott, Grad. Asst. Ron 
Holihan, Asst. Coach. 




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198 Sports/Swimming 



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MEN'S 



LOUISVILLE 

MORRIS HARVEY RELAYS 

VANDERBILT 

TENNESSEE RELAYS 

WESTERN KENTUCKY 

GEORGIA 

KENTUCKY 

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 

INVITATIONAL 
INDIANA STATE 
OHIO STATE 
KWIC CHAMPIONSHIPS 
MIDWEST INDIVIDUAL 

CHAMPIONSHIPS 

WON: 3 LOST: 



Place 
Eastern Opp. 

65 48 

THIRD 
73 40 

THIRD 
44 69 

48 65 

39 74 

FIFTH 

73 40 

32 81 

FIRST 

SECOND 



SWIMMING 



UPPER LEFT: Competing in the breaststroke is freshman Dennis Bright. 
Dennis' brother David is also on the team. Both are from Fort Wright, 
Kentucky. LEFT: Gary Jameson's face is lined with agony as he gives all 
out effort in the 200-meter backstroke during the Eels 81-32 loss to Big 10 
power Ohio State. BELOW: On the final leg of the individual medley, the 
freestyle. Chip Davis goes full force. The other three legs of the medley 
are, the backstroke, the breaststroke, and the butterfly. 




Sports/Swimming 199 




A Very Unbalanced Season 



Facing the toughest schedule in their history, 
the men's gymnastic team struggled to a 3-10 
dual meet record, but from an individual 
standpoint, there were many outstanding per- 
formances. 

The gymnasts set a new school record with a 
184.90 team total against Memphis State and 
Georgia Tech, and five individual records were 
set, including an All-around record of 50.15 by 
captain Tony Webber and an 8.75 mark on the 
parallel bars by Guy Watson. 

The season was also marked by tragedy. Wat- 
son broke his arm in the final regular season 
meet against Jacksonville State and he ended his 
career at Eastern as the school record holder on 
the rings and the parallel bars. 

Head Coach Jerry Calkin can look ahead to 
next season as only three seniors graduate from 
this year's squad leaving the 1979-80 season to 
be one of depth, experience and quality. 





MEN'S 





Eastern 


Opp. 


MIAMI 


166.00 


146.75 


KENT STATE 


166.00 


172.60 


MIAMI 


178.80 


142.75 


SOUTHEAST MISSOURI 


180.45 


144.50 


NORTHERN MICHIGAN 


180.45 


190.95 


BALL STATE 


174.05 


202.35 


INDIANA 


174.05 


197.35 


GEORGIA TECH 


184.90 


203.90 


MEMPHIS STATE 


184.90 


198.70 


INDIANA 


179.40 


197.00 


JACKSONVILLE STATE 


161.00 


189.45 


MEMPHIS STATE 


161.00 


196.95 


WON: 3 LOST: 10 





GYMNASTrCS 



OPPOSITE PACE: ABOVE: Preforming a difficult move on the pomme 
horse is gymnast Tony Webber. Webber, a senior from Newton, 
Maryland set a school record in the All-around competition compiling a 
score of 50.15. OPPOSITE PAGE LEIT: Captain Tony Webber does a flying 
dismount off the high bar as graduate assistant Kevin Purcell watches. 
ABOVE: Doing the splits on the rings is Dave Smith. Only a freshman, 
Smith returns for three more years for Head Coach Gerald Calkin. 
RIGHT: Senior Guy Watson does a handstand while preforming on the 
parallel bars. Watson's career came to an end when he broke his arm 
against Jacksonville State. BELOW: 1979 GYMNASTICS TEAM: Front 
Row: Gibson Hocker, Randy Call, Mike Owell, Dan McDaniel, Dave 
Smith. Second Row: Head Coach Gerald Calkin, Guy Watson, Stan 
Hewitt, Dave Cole, George Gardner, Tony Webber, Grad. Asst. Kevin 
Puree 




Sports/Men's Gymnastics 201 



' WOMEN'S — 


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Eastern 


Opp. 


BALL STATE 


123.25 


113.05 


WESTERN ILLINOIS 


123.25 


121.45 


LOUISVILLE 


132.05 


126.35 


GEORGIA 


132.05 


129.05 


INDIANA STATE 


132.05 


125.00 


OHIO STATE 


125.75 


130.30 


BOWLING GREEN 


125.75 


127.35 


WEST VIRGINIA 


125.75 


122.15 


WESTERN KENTUCKY 


127.35 


107.75 


INDIANA 


135.20 


125.60 


APPALACHIAN STATE 


135.20 


120.90 


KENTUCKY 


132.75 


118.15 


EASTTENNESSEE 


132.75 


109.05 


JACKSONVILLE STATE 


124.20 


130.35 


STATE TOURNAMENT 




2nd 


KWIC REGIONAL MEET 




2nd 


AIAW NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS 15th 


WON: 11 


LOST: 3 




GYMNASTICS 


^ 




UPPER RIGHT: The style, grace and beauty in gymnastics is exemplified 
here on the balance beam by freshman Kathy Goode. Coode had the 
highest all-around score of the year at 33.90 until it was topped by 
Rhonda Wilkerson 1979 WOMEN'S GYMNASTICS TEAM: Front Row: 
Cheryl Behne, Beth Miles. Second Row: Head Coach Agnes Crietzberg, 
Laura Spencer, Lisa Wray, Miriam Naylor, Third Row: Kathy Goode, Asst. 
Coach P. J. Novak, Steve Wilce, spotter; Julie Winslow, Rhonda Wilker- 
son, John Morrett, spotter; Mary Beth Ballard, manager; Betty Tinker. 



Poetry in Motion 




Relying on a team of mostly freshmen and 
sophomores, the women's gymnastics team un- 
der Head Coach Agnes Chrietzberg improved 
throughout the entire season and finished their 
1978-79 season with a sparkling 11-3 record and 
ended up 15th in the nation in the AIAW 
National Championships held at Penn State. 

Sophomore Rhonda Wilkerson from Paris, 
Kentucky, along with Freshmen Laura Spencer, 
Kathy Goode and Cheryl Behne, and Senior 
Beth Miles, were mainstays on the squad that 
powered their way to victories over 10th ranked 
Louisville and 17th ranked Georgia while reeling 
off a five match winning streak during the 
season. 

Although the team is very young, they 
showed experience during the year as they were 
very consistent on numerous pieces of gym- 
nastic equipment, such as the balance beam, 
parallel bars and the vaulting horse; and it paid 
off in a new team scoring record of 135.20 points 
against Indiana. 

After participating in the KWIC Cham- 
pionships, the women will begin preparing for 
next season, because as the saying goes, "you're 
not getting older, you're getting better". 



UPPER RIGHT: Laura Spencer does the splits while preforming a hand- 
stand on the balance beam. Spencer, only a freshman, preformed very 
consistently throughout the year for the women gymnasts and recorded 
a high score of 9.15 on the beam. BELOW: Rhonda Wilkerson preforms a 
difficult routine on the uneven parallel bars, Wilkerson had the seasons 
high score in the All-around competition, scoring 34.25 which is a new 
school record. 





Sports/Women's Gymnastics 203 



When things don't go right, everything seems 
to fall apart. Such is what happened to the 
Women's Basketball team. After posting a 
respectable 12-15 record in 1977-78, the 
women's dreams of improvement literally 
collapsed and they struggled to a 5-24 mark this 
year. 

The Lady Colonels could never get on the 
winning track as they suffered through losing 
streaks of nine and five games. However they 
did manage to defeat OVC teams Austin Peay, 
Murray and Middle Tennessee, and Big 10 
power Indiana during the course of the season. 

Senior Peggy Gay led the Lady Colonels in 
scoring throughout the year with a 17.8 average. 
Loretta Coughlin and Sandy Grieb along with 
newcomer Sandra Mukes were also very consis- 
tent for Head Coach Shirley Duncan who had to 
start mainly underclassmen for much of the 
year. 

With only three seniors graduating from the 
squad, and 11 players returning, the women 
must look forward to next year, for they have 
nowhere to go but up. 



UPPER RIGHT: Powering over a Morehead defender and dropping in a 
layup is freshman Sandra Mukes. Mukes averaged 9.2 points a game in 
her first season as a Lady Colonel and she was named to the "All-OVC 
Freshman Team." LOWER RIGHT: Guard Rita Taylor scampers by a Car- 
dinal defender in Eastern's 76-68 loss to Louisville in Alumni Coliseum. 
Taylor, a junior from Harrodsburg, Kentucky averaged 7,2 points for the 
Lady Colonels. 




Sometimes things just never go right 




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Eastern 


Opp. 


TENNESSEE 


67 


91 


INDIANA 


60 


58 


NORTHERN KENTUCKY 


58 


89 


MOREHEAD 


11 


115 


WESTERN CAROLINA 


78 


66 


JAMES MADISON 


56 


57 


KENTUCKY 


52 


73 


MIAMI 


61 


75 


MIDDLE TENNESSEE 


11 


84 


AUSTIN PEAY 


78 


64 


MURRAY STATE 


70 


80 


LOUISVILLE 


64 


79 


TENNESSEE TECH 


84 


94 


KENTUCKY 


54 


76 


NORTHERN KENTUCKY 


70 


11 


MOREHEAD 


86 


95 


WESTERN KENTUCKY 


66 


90 


LOUISVILLE 


68 


76 


WESTERN KENTUCKY 


62 


80 


MIDDLE TENNESSEE 


85 


84 


MOREHEAD 


72 


91 


TENNESSEE TECH 


73 


82 


MURRAY STATE 


78 


71 


DAYTON 


57 


74 


OHIO STATE 


68 


84 


TENNESSEE TECH 


59 


94 


ILLINOIS STATE 


53 


74 


SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 


71 


74 


NORTHERN KENTUCKY 


66 


68 


WON: 5 LOST 
V DACI/CTDA 


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ABOVE: Guarded by Kentucky's Geri Grigsby, senior Peggy Gay drives 
downcourt. Gay played with desire and determination throughout the 
vear and averaged 17.8 points a game in her final season as a Lady 
Colonel 1978-79 WOMEN'S BASKETBALL TEAM: Front Row: Donna 
I^orsyth Adrienne Hughes, Peggy Baumer. Second Row: Donna Reed, 
loan Cotti, Peggy Gay, Loretta Coughlin, Sandra Mukes, Rita Taylor. 
Third Row: Asst. Coach Sharon Gaunt, Jackie Green, Chancellor Dugan, 
Sandy Grieb, Sue Carroll, Karen Reimer, Vicki Viox, Head Coach Shirley 
Duncan, Neena Ambrose. 




Always on Target 




The rifle team, under the command of 
Sergeant Nelson Beard shot their way to another 
outstanding season despite the loss of Ail- 
American Robert Montgomery as they ended 
the season with a 3-2 dual meet record and a 
second place finish in the annual Little Camp 
Perry shootout. 

Montgomery, a sophomore from Enid, 
Oklahoma, had to leave the team at the end of 
the fall semester, citing personal reasons. But he 
is expected to return to Eastern this fall. 
Montgomery was a member of the 10 man elite 
squad picked by the National Rifle Association. 

Other members of this year's team include. 
Sue Floer, Kevan Jones, Judy Kaufman, Karen 
Long, Dan Durbin, Bart Leist, Danny Carrette 
and the team's only senior. Jay James. 

With everyone returning next year and the 
hopeful return of Montgomery, Beard is not 
kidding when he says, "Next year we should be 
in the top three teams in the nation." 



206 Sports/Rifle Team 




. RIFLERY 

Place 
Eastern Opp. 

MOREHEAD 2196 2099 

WESTERN KENTUCKY 2199 2186 

ALL-AMERICAN CONFERENCE SECOND 
BUCKANEERTOURNAMENT FIFTH 

OHIO STATE 2251 2148 

GOLDEN EAGLE TOURNAMENT FOURTH 
WALSH INVITATIONAL FIRST 

KENTUCKY INVITATIONAL FIRST 

OHIO STATE 2231 2244 

WESTVIRGINIA 4511 4598 

MISSOURI INVITATIONAL SECOND 

LITTLE CAMP PERRY SECOND 

WON: 3 LOST: 2 



UPPER LEFT: With numerous shell casings all around him, Bart Leist lies 
in the prone position and points his smallbore rifle towards the target. 
LOWER LEFT: Sophomore Dan Durbin is a study of concentration as he 
prepares to fire another round at the bullseye during a practice at the ri- 
fle range. RIGHT: Taking careful aim at the target, sophomore Kevan 
Jones squeezes off some rounds in the louvre rifle range. BELOW: 1978- 
79 RIFLE TEAM: Front Row: Sue Floer, Judy Kaufman, Karen Long. Back 
Row: Kevan Jones, Jay James, Sgt. Nelson Beard, Bart Leist, Dan Durbin. 





Sports/Rifle Team 207 







The 1978 Cross country season for Coach Art 
Harvey's harriers must have seemed like a 
broi<en record, for in nearly every meet they 
competed in it was the same old song: third 
place, third place, third place. 

The harriers took third place finishes in the 
Kentucky Intercollegiate, the Marshall In- 
vitational, the University of Kentucky In- 
vitational and the OVC Championships Meet; 
the latter qualified them for the NCAA District 
III Meet in Greenville, South Carolina. 

Doug Bonk (All-OVC in 1977 and 1978), Bill 
Morgan and Ed Strobach were the leaders on 
the team that battled through a tough fall 
schedule and showed tremendous improve- 
ment as the season progressed. 

Only two of the squad's eleven members 
graduate, so the future looks brighter all the 
time. The Colonels have finished third in the 
OVC for the past two years, but with the ex- 
perience of next years team maybe it will make 
the Colonels third time a charm. 



ABOVE: Ed Strobach, Andy Crowley, Doug Bonk, Sam Pigg and Bill 
Morgan await the starter's gun for the beginning of the Kentucky Inter- 
collegiate meet. Bonk, a member of the AII-OVC team in 1977 and 78, 
finished fourth in the individual standings of the meet, while the 
Colonels as a team, finished third. RIGHT: A tired Sam Pigg heads 
towards the finish line during the harriers 15-47 rout of Northern Ken- 
tucky. Pigg finished sixth for the Colonels over the six mile course. 




Sports/Men's Cross Country 



^ MEN'S CROSS COUNTRY — ^ 




PLACE 


NORTHERN KENTUCKY 


WON 


MARSHALL INVITATIONAL 


THIRD 


KENTUCKY INVITATIONAL 


THIRD 


INDIANA INVITATIONAL 


SEVENTH 


KENTUCKY INTERCOLLEGIATE THIRD 


FURMAN INVITATIONAL 


SIXTH 


OVC CHAMPIONSHIPS 


THIRD 


NCAA DISTRICT III MEET 


ELEVENTH 


V 


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On your Mark, 
Get set, Go! 




ABOVE: 1978 MEN'S CROSS COUNTRY TEAM. Row One: Gary Noel, 
Dennis Creekmore, Garry Shields, Sam Pigg, Andy Crowely, Terry Lakes. 
Row Two: Ed Narramore, Gerry Giblin, Bill Morgan, Ed Strobach, Doug 
Bonk, Gene Fitzhugh. BELOW: Doug Bonk leads the field as he passes 
the halfway point during the Kentucky Intercollegiate meet. Bonk 
placed third in the OVC Championships and ran very well for the 
Colonels in the NCAA District III meet. 




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Running on Empty 



ABOVE: During the Tennessee Invitational, Peggy Painter and Vicky 
Renner close in on their Vol rival. Some bad injuries destroyed the Lady 
Colonels' hopes for a return to the AIAW Championships, where they 
finished sixth in the nation in 1977. LEFT: An exhausted Vicky Renner 
crosses the finish line second in the Kentucky Intercollegiate meet that 
was held at the Arlington Country Club. 





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When the going gets tough, boy does it get 
bad. Just ask Sandy Martin, coach of the 
Women's Cross Country team. Martin lost three 
of her top runners to injuries at the start of the 
season and could not even field a complete 
squad over the entire year. 

Sue Schaefer, Paula Gaston, and Peggy Painter 
all fell victim to painful injuries and the lady 
Colonels' dream to return to the AIAW Cham- 
pionships suddenly became a nightmare. 

"Paula and Peggy had a form of tendonitis," 
said Martin, "and Sue broke a bone in her foot. 
These injuries really hurt our chances for a good 
season. Without them, I don't think anyone 
would be close to us." 

Teri Spears, Nareen White and Vicky Renner 
ran very well for the lady harriers, especially 
Renner, who was suddenly thrust into the 
spotlight as the team's number one runner. She 
accepted the challenge and improved greatly 
over the '78 campaign. 




TOP: Despite having tendonitis in her left ankle, Peggy Painter still 
managed to run at times for the lady harriers. Sue Schaefer and Paula 
Gaston also had injuries that sidelined them for the entire season. 
RIGHT: With Coach Martin shouting encouragement, Nareen White 
strides towards the finish line. ABOVE: 1978 WOMEN'S CROSS COUN- 
TRY TEAM: Front Row: Teri Spears, Nareen White, Kathy Lisch, Peggy 
Painter, Mary Silvani — Crad. Asst. Second Row: Denise Bailey — Mgr., 
Paula Gaston, Vicky Renner, Sue Schaefer, Sandy Martin— Head Coach. 




Serve, Set, Spike . . . Super! 




Relying on the experience of nine upper- 
classnnen and a pool of freshman talent, Head 
Volleyball Coach Geri Polvino led her squad to a 
22-18 regular season record and a third place 
finish in the Kentucky Women's Intercollegiate 
Conference Championships. 

The team had its ups and downs during the 
course of the season and could not seem to find 
the right combination of players until the state 
tournament, but that's when seniors Evy Abell, 
Paula Tipton, along with newcomer Nancy 
Stoeckle provided some much needed 



leadership in pacing the spikers to the third 
place finish in the KWIC tournament. 

Other highlights for the women were: first 
place finishes in the Greensboro and Kentucky 
Invitationals, a third place showing in their own 
EKU Invitational, and defeating Michigan State, 
a nationally ranked team in 1977. 

"I'm very proud of my team," said Coach 
Polvino. "They have done a super job all year. 
We only lose three girls so we should be strong 
competition for the State and Regional titles 
next year." 



1978 WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL TEAM: Row One: Geri Polvino— Head 
Coach, Mary Slander, Shelly Stamaugh, Evy Abell, Cathy Denzinger, 
Kaye Bieger, Jeanne Maguson, Layrie Briggs, Kris Perry, Nancy Stoeckle, 
Tina Nibert. Row Two: Sandy Pasternostro — Crad. Asst. Sharon Walker, 
Kim Shibinski, Nancy Wingate, Sharon Renners, Paula Tipton, Mary Lynn 
Proctor, Lori Balogh, Kim Dodson, Debbie Niles, Brenda Magee, Janie 
Burgess. 



212 Sports/Women's Volleyball 




ABOVE: Jane Burgess goes high in the air to spike the ball over two 
Morehead defenders, as Tina Nibert backs up the action. BELOW: Senior 
Captain Evy Abell sets up a scoring opportunity with a positioning set up 
shot. Abell was named to the All-Tournament team in the KWIC Cham- 
pionships. 





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Op p. 


DAYTON 


1 


3 


MIAMI (OHIO) 


1 


2 


MARSHALL 





2 


CONCORD COLLEGE 


2 





KENTUCKY 


2 


1 


MICHIGAN STATE 


2 


1 


TENNESSEE TECH 


2 





MOREHEAD 





3 


KENTUCKY 


3 


2 


OHIO STATE 





3 


DAYTON 


1 


4 


NORTH CAROLINA 


2 





MURRAY 


2 





MIAMI-DADE 





2 


DUKE 


2 


3 


LOUISVILLE 


3 





HIGHPOINTCOLLEGE 


2 


1 


WINTHROPCOLLEGE 


2 


1 


WAKE FOREST 


2 


1 


HIGHPOINTCOLLEGE 


2 


1 


GEORGE WASHINGTON 


1 


2 


NORTHERN KENTUCKY 


3 


2 


NORTHERN MICHIGAN 


2 





WINDSOR COLLEGE 


3 





WESTERN ONTARIO 





2 


MICHIGAN STATE 


1 


2 


CLEVELAND STATE 





2 


CALVIN COLLEGE 





2 


PURDUE 





2 


MOREHEAD 


2 


3 


INDIANA 


2 


1 


NORTHERN KENTUCKY 


1 


2 


SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 


1 


2 


WRIGHT STATE 


2 





TENNESSEE 


1 


3 


BELLARMINE 


3 





TENNESSEE 


1 


2 


LOUISVILLE 


3 


1 


MURRAY 


3 





MOREHEAD 


2 





KENTUCKY 


1 


2 


NORTHERN KENTUCKY 


1 


2 


KWIC CHAMPIONSHIPS 


THIRD 


WON: 22 LOST: 18 







Sports/Women's Volleyball 213 






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They're Causing Quite a Racquet! 



Fielding one of the strongest teams in Eastern 
history, the Women's Tennis team began the 
year with an eight match winning streak and 
finished one of their finest seasons ever, posting 
a 12-2 regular season record. 

The lady netters smashed through such 
national powers as Louisville, Purdue, Mis- 
sissippi State and Vanderbilt. The women lost 
only to Kentucky and Tennessee over the course 
of the season. 

The women finished second to Kentucky in 
the KWiC Championships and along with the 
Wildcats, represented the state in the AIAW 
Regionals. 

Second seed Deanna Addis and third seed 
Mendy Jackson won the KWIC individual title in 
singles play, and the two combined to take the 
crown in the number two doubles. 

No.1 seed Mary Hochwalt, No.4 Priscilla 
Nelson, No.5 Nancy Elder, No.6 Rita Olins, along 
with Addis and Jackson, all return for Coach 
Martha Mullins next year. 



214 SportsAVomen's Tennis 




^ VVV-fJVICI^ D IE 


Eastern 


Opp. 


WESTERN KENTUCKY 


6 


3 


SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 


9 





LOUISVILLE 


9 





MIAMI (OHIO) 


8 


1 


MURRAY STATE 


5 


4 


MORRIS HARVEY 


9 





MISSISSIPPI STATE 


5 


4 


MARSHALL 


9 





KENTUCKY 





9 


PURDUE 


6 


3 


MOREHEAD 


9 





CENTRE 


9 





VANDERBILT 


6 


3 


TENNESSEE 


2 


6 


KWIC CHAMPIONSHIP 


SECOND 


WON: 12 LOST: 2 







UPPER LEFT: Number one seed for the lady netters for ttie past two 
years, sophomore Mary Hochwalt grits her teeth in preparation to smash 
a forehand return back to her opponent. Hochwalt returns for two more 
years for the lady Colonels. BELOW LEFT: Freshman Lisa Christopher 
fires a backhand across the net. Christopher played sparingly for the net- 
ters this year, but is expected to be a valuable cog in Coach Martha Mul- 
lins future game plan. ABOVE RIGHT: The ball is nothing but a blur as 
Deanna Addis rips a forehand shot back across court. Addis won the 
KWIC singles title in the number two singles position. 1978 WOMEN'S 
TENNIS TEAM: KNEELING: Mendy lackson, Kathy Lisch. STANDING: 
Deanna Addis, Lisa Christopher, Nancy Elder, Rita Olins, Mary Hochwalt, 
Priscilla Nelson. 





SportsAVomen's Tennis 215 




The Women's field hockey team, under new 
head coach Lynn Harvel, underwent a complete 
turn-around from last year's 3-8 record, reeling 
off winning streaks of four and five games en 
route to a 12-7-1 record and a second place 
finish in the KWIC State tournament, behind 
state champion Louisville. 

The Louisville game had to be the high point 
of the season for the lady Colonels. After 
defeating Kentucky and Asbury in the semifinals 
they took the Cardinals into four overtimes 
before falling 1-0. Other highlights were a first 
place finish in the VPI Invitational, and a 2-1 vic- 
tory over Dayton, state champion of Ohio. 

Captain Linda Marchese, Debbie Condreva, 
Monica Keifer and goalkeeper Carmen Shan- 
non were outstanding for the lady Colonels dur- 
ing the season, especially Shannon who paved 
the way for many of the victories by posting 
seven shutouts. 

"When you look at how tough our schedule 
was, we had an exceptional year." said Harvel. 
"We have a fairly young team and should be real 
strong next year." 



216 Sports/Women's Field Hockey 



ABOVE: Striving to outrace a Dayton girl to the ball, Linda Marchese 
shows some of the determination that made her captain of the field 
hockey Colonels as well as the teams top offensive player. BELOW: In 
between two opponents, Mimi White fires a blistering shot towards the 
goal. Eastern finished second in KWIC Championships behind state 
champion Louisville. 




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Eastern 


Opp. 


MIAMI (OHIO) 





1 


INDIANA 


2 


1 


DAYTON 


2 


1 


ST. LOUIS 





2 


LOUISVILLE 


1 


1 


NORTH CAROLINA 


1 





VPI 


1 





ROANOKE COLLEGE 


1 





HIGH POINT COLLEGE 


2 


3 


SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 





4 


SOUTHEAST MISSOURI 


2 





CENTRE 


3 





EARLHAM COLLEGE 


4 


1 


HANOVER 


5 





BEREA 


8 





OHIO UNIVERSITY 





1 


BOWLING GREEN 


1 


2 


KWIC CHAMPIONSHIPS 


SECOND 


WON: 12 LOST:/ 


TIED:1 





ABOVE RIGHT: Linda Marchese battles to steal the ball away from her 
Dayton opponent. The Lady Colonels edged out the State Champions 
from Ohio, 2-1. BELOW: 1978 FIELD HOCKEY TEAM: Row One: Laura 
Purdy, Pat Halpin, Connie Williams, Janice Taylor, Lisa Norton, Debbie 
Campbell. Row Two: Coach Lynne Harvel, Debbie Wright, Sharon 
Stivers, Thersa Lang, Jean Dickson, Jackie Stivers, Linda Marchese, Teresa 
Garchinsky, Myra Huelett — Manager, Franki Robbins — Asst. Coach. Row 
Three: Kathy Wilson, Monica Keifer, Jane Sorrels, Carmen Shannon, 
Dawn Aldridge, Mimi White, Debbie Condreva, Kate Merchant. 








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ABOVE: The rough and tumble action in- 
volved in intramural sports is highlighted here 
by the EKU Rugby club in a game against Ken- 
tucky. Despite all the bumps and bruises, the 
squad posted a good record for the IM 
Department. RIGHT: Not all intramural sports 
are confined to men. Women's flag football 
was heavily supported and as shown by these 
two coeds, the competition was fierce. OP- 
POSITE UPPER RIGHT: The annual intramural 
track meet, held in the spring, attracts 
numerous independents as well as fraternity 
members alike, all interested in the spirit of 
winning OPPOSITE LOWER RIGHT: Another 
club sponsored bv the IM Department was 
the soccer club. Here, the team narrowly 
misses scoring a goal on a super save by the 
opponent's goalie. 





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Campuswide Excitement 



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Campuswide 
Excitement 



The numerous activities and events sponsored 
each year by the Intramural Department con- 
tinue to grow in support as the best way for stu- 
dents on campus to have fun and enjoy them- 
selves. 

The old favorites, like flag football, softball, 
and basketball continued to be the most widely 
supported by men and women alike. However, 
the Club sports sponsored by the department 
such as, fast pitch softball, soccer, volleyball and 
rugby are beginning to come into their own as 
well. 

Athletic fields all over campus are continually 
in use, showing that student interest in in- 
tramurals is here to stay. 



ABOVE: Flag football was one of the most heavily supported of all in- 
tramural sports. A member of PIT blocks for his teammate during a game 
against the Pike's. RIGHT: IM basketball is always highly competitive. 
Here, two players scrap for a rebound during a fraternity game. 




220 Sports/lntramurals 




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UPPER LEFT: Rugby is like a game of football without pads. A member of 
the EkLi rugby club plows into his Kentucky opponent, jarring the ball 
loose. LEFT: The mile run at the intramural track meet always is a test of 
stamina to everyone involved. BELOW: Soccer is a game of skill and en- 
durance. This EKU player knees the ball away from his opponent during 
a fall tournament. 







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To accomplish goals or exceed 
expectations, our work has been 
recognized. 



Richard Williams Chosen for Hall of Fame 




Richard J. Williams, with a 3.93 grade point 
average, was named as the recipient of the Hall 
of Fame Award. Hard work earned Richard the 
American Dietetics Association Undergraduate 
Award for 1978-1979, a long with the Mary K. 
Burrier Scholarship Award, the top academic 
awards of the Department of Economics. 
Richard was also selected for membership in the 
Collegiate Pentacle, Eastern's senior honor 
society, and appointed to Curriculum Commit- 
tee of the Department of Home Economics, 
which is responsible for evaluating all proposed 
changes in the curriculum. 

Richard also addressed several local organiza- 
tions on the value of nutrition, and was twice a 
guest speaker on WEKU-FM on the same sub- 
ject. 

Richard held the office of President of the 
Beta Tau Chapter of Phi Upsilon Omicron. He 
was also selected as District Representative for 
the same organization. 



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224 Honors/Hall of Fame 




Honors/Hall of Fame 225 



Honor Roll 




Eastern's Milestone presents the 1979 Honor 
Roll. So that the qualities of good character, 
leadership and service do not go unrewarded, 
the Milestone honors those who exhibited these 
characteristics in abundance. By possessing 
these attributes Joy Shamhart Fowler, Deborah 
Sue Bright, Stephen Starbuck Fowler, Sally Ann 
Moore and Kirk D. Denny were nominated for 
this honor by their respective colleges. 



TOP: KIRK D. DENNEY, with a 3.96 grade point average, was nominated 
for the Honor Roll. Kirk served as president of the Art Student Associa- 
tion his junior year. Kirk was also a member of the National Honor 
Society of Phi Kappa Phi. RIGHT: SALLY ANN MOORE, was nominated 
by the College of Law Enforcement for Honor Roll. Sally has a major in 
Corrections and a minor in Sociology. She received the Outstanding 
Junior in Corrections Award in 1977, as well as a four-year Alumni 
Scholarship in 1975. 




226 Honors/Honor Roll 



students Recognized For Achievements 

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TOP LEFT: JOY SHAMHART FOWLER, was selected for the Honor Roll 
by the College of Allied Health and Nursing for her performance as a 
nursing student. Joy served as the student representative to the faculty of 
the Baccalureate Department of Nursing, and she was a member of the 
B.S. Nurses' Association for three years. ABOVE: DEBORAH SUE 
BRIGHT, was the Honor Roll candidate from the College of Education. 
As an elementary education major, Deborah was active in Kappa Delta 
Sorority. Deborah was the editor of Pan Scan, a newspaper for all Pan- 
hellenic sororities. Deborah was also a member of the Association of 
Childhood Education, and the Human Development and Family Rela- 
tions Club. LEFT: STEPHEN STARBUCK, was recognized as a honor stu- 
dent in accounting. Stephen selected by the College of Business, had an 
overall grade point average of 3.77. Stephen received several honors 
such as National Phi Delta Theta Educational Foundation Scholarship, 
Cooper and Lybrand Student, and Most Likely to Succeed in Public Ac- 
counting. 



Honors/Honor Roll 227 



who's Who Names Outstanding Seniors 



The reputation of Eastern's 
College of Law Enforcement 
convinced Kevin B. Quinn, a 

Correctional Service major, to 
study here. Kevin served as 
president of Alpha Phi Sigma 
and was a member of the 
Association of Law Enforce- 
ment. He also worked as an of- 
ficer at Blackburn Correc- 
tional Complex. Kevin 
graduated with a G.P.A. of 3.5. 
Graduating with a BBA in 
Accounting, Marilyn Fleshman 
feels Eastern has provided her 
with a well-rounded college 
experience. Marilyn served as 
the Phi Mu Sorority treasurer 



and public relations director, 
vice-president of Sigma Tau Pi. 
She was a member of Rho Ep- 
silon, the Accounting Club, 
and was a Sigma Pi little sister. 
Michael Stuart Schwen- 
deman graduated with a 3.7 
G.P.A. and a BA in history. He 
was duly recognized in Phi 
Alpha Phi Honor Society, Phi 
Alpha Theta History Honorary 
Society and received the 
Sigma Nu Fraternity 
Scholarship Key in 1978. He 
served his fraternity as 
treasurer and scholastic chair- 
man and participated in the 
Oratorio Chorus in 1975, 1976 



and 1978. 

Recipient of a Presidential 
Scholarship, Deborah A. 
Jamison earned a B.B.A. in Ac- 
counting with a 3.9 G.P.A. She 
also received the Richards 
Scholarship, the Kentucky 
Society of CPA's Scholarship 
and the Phi Kappa Phi Honor 
Society Award. Deborah 
served as secretary of the Ac- 
counting Club and was a 
member of Phi Beta Lambda. 



BELOW LEFT: Kevin B. Quinn. BELOW 
RIGHT: Marilyn Fleshman. BOTTOM LEFT: 

Michael Stuart Schwendeman. BOTTOM 
RIGHT: Deborah A. Jamison. 




228 Honors/Who's Who 




Graduating with a 3.5 G.P.A. 
in Police Administration, Todd 
Randall Smith was awarded an 
ROTC scholarship and chosen 
as the Distinguished Military 
Student. Todd, of Bluefield, 
West Virginia, was company 
commander of the Military 
Police Company, a member of 
Scabbard and Blade, the 
Ranger Company, and Alpha 
Phi Sigma. 

A London native, Gregory E. 
Smith graduated with a 3.1 
G.P.A. and a degree in Music 
Education. Gregory was a 
member of Phi Mu Alpha, the 
Marching Maroons, the Music 
Educators National Con- 
ference, the Symphonic Band 
and the Jazz Band. He was 
awarded the Jane Campbell 
Music Scholarship. 



A personal interest in help- 
ing others is what led Dale 
Ann Hashagen into Oc- 
cupational Therapy. Dale Ann 
was active in several organiza- 
tions and honoraries: the O.T. 
Club, Lambda Sigma Society in 
which she served as both 
Junior and Senior advisor. 
Collegiate Pentacle and Phi 
Kappa Phi. She was also in- 
volved in House Council 
where she served as member- 
at-large for Women's Inter- 
dorm. Dale Ann graduated 
with a G.P.A. of 3.93. 

Graduating with a BS in 
Physical Education, Coaching 
Endorsement, Deborah Lynn 
Niles achieved a 3.2 G.P.A. 
Deborah was a member of the 
Physical Education Major and 
Minor Club and Women's Of- 



Who's Who 

ficiating Services, president of 
Delta Psi Kappa, the Kappa 
Delta Tau service sorority, and 
a member of the track and 
volleyball teams. 

Lawrence E. Barton 
graduated with a Bachelor of 
Music Education and a 3.85 
G.P.A. Lawrence was awarded 
the Distinguished Military Stu- 
dent, and was initiated into Phi 
Kappa Phi. His activities in- 
cluded Director of Musical 
Activities, Phi Mu Alpha, and 
the Scabbard and Blade. 



TOP LEFT: Todd Randall Smith. TOP RIGHT: 
Gregory E. Smith. ABOVE LEFT: Dale Ann 
Hashagen. ABOVE MIDDLE: Deborah Lynn 
Niles. ABOVE RIGHT: Lawrence E. Barton. 



HonorsAVho's Who 229 



Polly McDavitt graduated 
with a BS in Business Ad- 
ministration with a G.P.A. of 
3.86. While at Eastern Polly 
received many honors: fourth 
place State Accounting Award 
in Phi Beta Lambda, Collegiate 
Pentacle, Phi Kappa Phi and a 
Presidential Scholarship. She 
was also involved in such 
organizations as the Ac- 
counting Club, Christian Stu- 
dent Fellowship, Inter-Varsity 
Christian Fellowship and the 
German Club. 

Samuel James Simon was a 
history major and graduated 
with a G.P.A. of 3.87. Samuel 
was awarded with several 
scholarships and honoraries. 
They include: The Kerney 
Adams Award, outstanding 
scholarship in History, Phi 
Alpha Theta award and Phi 
Kappa Phi. Samuel was also a 
member of the Beta Theta Pi 



fraternity. 

Amy Luyster graduated with 
a G.P.A. of 3.5 in the field of 
Office Administration. While 
at Eastern Amy was involved in 
many campus organizations. 
She was active in the Kappa 
Alpha Theta Sorority, 
Collegiate Pentacle, The 
Society for Advancement of 
Management. She was a learn- 
ing lab Accounting tutor, and 
was appointed to Student 
Senate Special Library Com- 
mittee. In 1976 Amy was 
chosen as Ea ste r n 's 
Homecoming Queen. 

A Corrections major, 
Melissa Melville chose her 
major because her father is a 
police officer. Melissa is a 
reserve police officer in her 
hometown, Southgate. While 
at Eastern she was Comman- 
der for two years of the 
Valienettes, a member of 



Collegiate Pentacle, a Sigma Pi 
little sister. Phi Kappa Phi, and 
was in the Association of Law 
Enforcement. Melissa 
graduated with a G.P.A. of 
3.82. 

John Meisenheimer was co- 
captain of the swimming team 
and president of the E-Club. 
He also served as treasurer of 
the Caduceas Club, a member 
of Phi Kappa Phi, Collegiate 
Pentacle, and Phi Sigma, a 
biological science honorary. 
He was awarded the Cox 
Scholarship, the SMAP 
Scholarship and received a 
scholar-athlete award. John 
was a Pre-Medical Science ma- 
jor and graduated with a 
G.P.A. of 3.94. 



BELOW LEFT: Polly McDavitt. BELOW RIGHT: 

Sjmuel lames Simon. BOTTOM LEFT: Amy 
Luyster, BOTTOM MIDDLE: Melissa Melyille. 
BOTTOM RIGHT: John Meisenheimer. 





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Graduating with a 3.84 in 
Corrections, Sally Anne 
Moore plans to attend law 
school. While at Eastern, she 
was president and second- 
vice-president of the Alpha 
Delta Pi sorority and also a 
member of Alpha Sigma, a 
criminal justice honorary. She 
was awarded "Outstanding 
Junior" in the Corrections 
Department, a Junior Pan- 
hellenic Scholarship and an 
Alumni Scholarship. 

Wanting to work in 
something related to pollution 
control is what interested 
Ursula White in Public Health 
with an environmental 
emphasis. While at Eastern Ur- 
sula was awarded with the 



Who's Who 

Presidential Scholarship, was 
President of Eta Sigma Gamma 
(a health honorary), and a 
member of the Student Chap- 
ter of the National Environ- 
mental Health Association. Ur- 
sula's grade point was 3.48. 

Cwen Ashcraft graduated 
with a G.P.A. 3.6 and a 
Bachelor degree in Business 
Education. She has been in- 
terested in being a teacher 
since she was 9 years old — the 
decision to teach business 
came later. While at Eastern 
she was active in the Kappa 
Delta Tau service sorority. Pi 
Omega Pi, and Sigma Tau Pi. 

Sue Ann Craig graduated 
with a G.P.A. of 3.2 majoring in 
Music and minoring in 
Therapeutic Recreation. Sue 
was a member of the Alpha 
Gamma Delta sorority where 
she served as recording 
secretary and vice-president 
of scholarship. She was also a 
member of Delta Omicron 
and a Sigma Pi little sister. 
Upon graduation, she plans to 
teach music to the mentally 
and physically handicapped. 

Extensive work in science 
during high school led Janet 
Leigh Rowlett, a native of 
Richmond, into Biology and 
Chemistry. Janet was active in 
several campus organizations: 
Phi Sigma Society, the 
Caduceus Club, the American 
Association of Medical Assis- 
tants, the German Club; and 
she served as president and 
treasurer of the Alpha Gamma 
Delta sorority. 



TOP LEFT: Sally Anne Moore. TOP RIGHT: 
Ursula White. MIDDLE LEFT: Cwen Ashcraft. 
MIDDLE RIGHT: Sue Ann Craig LEFT: Janet 
Leigh Rowlett. 



HonorsAVho's Who 231 









Who's Who 

Graduating with his degree 
in Music, Chuck Tipton was 
awarded the Music Theory 
scholarship. A native of 
Wheelersburg, Ohio, Chuck 
was president of the Inter Var- 
sity Christian Fellowship. 

Elizabeth Ann Carruba 
achieved a 3.48 G.P.A. and a 
Bachelor of Music Education 
degree. Elizabeth was presi- 
dent of Delta Omicron, 
secretary of the Catholic New- 
man Center, senior assistant 
for the Marching Maroons, a 
member of the Symphonic 
Band, and the Symphonic 
Orchestra. Elizabeth would 







like to share the enjoyment 
music has given her with 
others. 

Patricia Ann Hays graduated 
with a 3.4 G.P.A. in English. Pat 
was a member of Sigma Tau 
Delta, historian of the French 
Club, and on the Aurora Staff. 
A native Floridian, she chose 
Eastern because her father was 
originally from Jackson 
County. 

David Miles Kennedy 
graduated with a G.P.A. of 
3.625, majoring in Forensic 
Science and Chemistry. David 
received a three year ROTC 
scholarship, the Department 
of the Army Superior Cadet 
citation, and the Association 
of U.S. Army Medal for 




Leadership. He was also in- 
volved in the Collegiate Pen- 
tacle, the Scabbard and Blade, 
Alpha Phi Sigma, and the 
Association of Law 
Enforcement. 

C. Bradley Kramer of Salem, 
Indiana, graduated with a 
Bachelor of Music Education 
and a 3.63 G.P.A. He was awar- 
ded the Jane Campbell 
Scholarship and was involved 
with Phi Mu Alpha as 
historian, and was a member 
of the Marching Maroons and 
the Symphonic Band and 
Orchestra. 



TOP LEFT: Chuck Tipton TOP RIGHT: 

Elizabeth Ann Carruba. ABOVE LEFT: Patricia 
Ann Hays. ABOVE MIDDLE: David Miles Ken- 
nedy. ABOVE RIGHT: C. Bradley Kramer. 



232 Honors/Who's Who 




Graduating with a BA in 
Fashion Merchandising, 
Donna Craft attained a 3.7 
G.P.A. She was chosen for 
Dean's List, treasurer of the 
Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority, a 
member of Collegiate Pen- 
tacle and the American Home 
Economists Association. She 
enjoys camping and looks 
forward to her career. 

Graduating with a BS in In- 
dustrial Arts Education and a 
3.55 G.P.A. was William j. 
Mushrush. William was com- 
manding officer of the ROTC 
Ranger Company, battalion 



commander in Army ROTC, a 
member of lota Lambda 
Sigma, Kappa Delta Pi and 
Scabbard and Blade. He was 
honored with the Ralph 
Whalen Industrial Arts 
Scholarship, the Distinguished 
Military Student, and the 
V.F.W. Outstanding Lead- 
ership Award in 1978. 

Paula Tipton graduated with 
a BS in Physical Education and 
a 3.5 G.P.A. She received a 
volleyball scholarship, was 
chosen all state volleyball 
player, participated in Kappa 
Delta Pi, Collegiate Pentacle, 
women's volleyball team and 
PEMM Club. 

Barbara A. Roundtree 
graduated from the Arts and 



Sciences Department with a 
degree in Social Work. The 21 
year old Mount Sterling native 
served as vice-president of the 
Student Social Work 
Association. 

Alice Inman graduated with 
a BS in Speech Pathology and 
Audiology achieving a 3.74 
G.P.A. Alice served as 
treasurer of Kappa Delta Pi 
and was a member of Phi 
Kappa Phi, the Collegiate Pen- 
tacle, the National Student 
Speech and Hearing Associa- 
tion, and the Speech and 
Hearing Club. 



TOP LEFT: Donna Craft TOP MIDDLE: 
William ). Mushrush. TOP RIGHT: Paula Tip- 
ton. ABOVE LEn: Barbara A. Roundtree. 
ABOVE RIGHT: Alice Inman. 



Honors/Who's V\'ho 233 



An Elementary Education 
major, Deborah Sue Bright 

graduated with a grade point 
of 3.75. She served as presi- 
dent and secretary of SNEA, 
treasurer of Collegiate Pen- 
tacle, Pan-Scan Editor for two 
years, and was a student 
representative to the Teacher 
Education Committee. Debbie 
was a member of the 
Humanities Grievance Com- 
mittee of Kappa Delta Pi and a 
member of the Kappa Delta 
Sorority. 

Total i nvolveme nt in 
everything you do is what 
Sandy Kay Issac's general at- 
titude has been at Eastern. This 
personal philosophy was 
reflected through her 



Who's Who 



enthusiasm in many organiza- 
tions. Sandy was president of 
the Kappa Alpha Theta 
Sorority, was involved in 
Collegiate Pentacle, Sigma Tau 
Delta, Phi Kappa Phi, the 
French Club and was also a 
Theta Chi little Sister. She 
graduated with a G.P.A. of 3.85 
and a Bachelor's degree in 
English. 

The warmth of the univer- 
sity community drew Donna 
M. Combs from Dillsboro, In- 
diana to E.K.U. Donna 
graduated with a BBA in Ac- 
counting. She participated in 
various organizations such as 
the Accounting Club, Univer- 
sity Singers (piano accom- 
panist). Hand Bell Ensemble 
and Phi Kappa Honor Society. 
On advice to prospective ac- 
counting majors. Donna says 
"the competition is tight so 
you must apply yourself." 



John Thomas Harkey 

graduated with a BBA in 
Finance and a 3.72 G.P.A. John 
was a member of Phi Kappa 
Phi and served as vice- 
president of the Fellowship of 
Christian Athletes. He was also 
rush and little sister chairman 
for the Phi Delta Theta Frater- 
nity, co-captain of the men's 
varsity gymnastics team, and a 
member of the Eastern 
Cheerleading Squad. 

Gregory L. Ryan served as 
Men's Interdormitory Board 
President, on Common- 
wealth's House Council and 
was a Charter Member of 
Society for the Advancement 
of Management. He 
graduated with a BBA in Real 
Estate and a G.P.A. of 3.3. 



BELOW LEFT: Deborah Sue Bright. BELOW 
MIDDLE: Sandy Kav Isaacs BELOW RIGHT: 
Donna M. Combs. BOTTOM LEFT: |ohn 
Thomas Harkey. BOTTOM RIGHT: Gregory L 
Ryan. 








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Anne L. Kannapell's interest 
in biology helped her to a BS 
in Environmental Resources 
and a 3.5 G.P.A. Anne served 
as secretary/editor of Phi 
Sigma, committee chairman of 
the Wildlife Society and was a 
member of the Cave Club. 

The Lord has given me a 
"business mind," says Debra 
Lyn Meers, "and the insurance 
studies program, v^ith its 
adaptability for individual 
needs was an answered 
prayer." Debra graduated with 
a G.P.A. of 3.825 in the area of 
Business Administration — In- 
surance. Debra's involvements 
included Phi Kappa Phi, 
chaplain of Collegiate Pen- 
tacle, president of EKU In- 
surance Society, and com- 
munications coordinator of 



the Baptist Student Union. She 
was also awarded the "Harold 
B. McGuffy Scholarship" and a 
Presidential Scholarship. 

Steve Connelly received his 
degree in Theatre and 
graduated with a 3.84 G.P.A. 
Steve served as vice-president 
of Alpha Psi Omega, was a 
member of the University 
Singers, the Chamber Singers, 
the Madrigal Singers, and the 
University Players. 

Debra Pasco graduated with 
a G.P.A. of 3.9 in Medical 
Technology. While at Eastern, 
Debbie was awarded several 
scholarships: the EKU 
Presidential Scholarship and 
the Fischer Scientific 
Company-ASMT under- 
gradudate scholarship. Besides 
serving as vice-president for Pi 



Beta Phi Sorority, she was ac- 
tive in Collegiate Pentacle, the 
Caduceus Club, the Kentucky 
State Society of Medical 
Technology and also 
organized the Medical 
Technology Club at Eastern. 

Daniel J. Sacca graduated 
with a G.P.A. of 3.8 in Ac- 
counting. Daniel was a mem- 
ber of Phi Kappa Phi, received 
a Freshman Award, and served 
as treasurer, and chairman of 
ways and means for Lambda 
Sigma Society. He was also 
president of the Sociology 
Club, and a member of the 
Accounting Club. 



TOP LEFT: Anne L Kannapell TOP RIGHT: 
Debra Lvn Meers. ABOVE LEFT: Steve Con- 
nelly ABOVE MIDDLE: Debra Pasco ABOVE 
RIGHT: Daniel |. Sacca. 



HonorsAVho's Who 235 







Who's Who 

Janet Lee McGill graduated 
with a G.P.A. of 3.714 in the 
Public and Community Health 
department, which Janet says 
"is a field worth pursuing." 
She was involved in Eta Sigma 
Gamma, HYPER Council, 
KPHA Council; she served as 
secretary to the Health Club 
and was also on the track 
team. Janet's advice to stu- 
dents entering the health field 
is to "be able to deal with the 
diversities and complexities of 
human nature." 

A member of Women's Var- 
sity Volleyball and Delta Psi 
Kappa, Shelly Stambaugh 
graduated with a BS in Physical 
Education, Endorsement in 
Physical Education and a 3.6 



G.P.A. She was a nominee for 
the Hughes-Hood-Presnell 
Scholarship Award and was 
chosen "Outstanding Junior" 
in Physical Education. 

Gary Whitehead, a Police 
Administration Major, 
graduated with a G.P.A. of 
3.75. He was awarded a four 
year ROTC Scholarship, Dis- 
tinguished Military Student, 
and a U.S. Army Air Assault 
Badge. He was also a member 
of Phi Kappa Phi, Scabbard 
and Blade, ROTC Brigade 
Commander and co- 
commander of the Pershing 
Rifles. 

Nancy Geschrei graduated 
with a G.P.A. of 3.8, and a 
degree in Police Administra- 
tion. While at Eastern Nancy 
was involved in Alpha Phi 
Sigma, a National Criminal 



Justice Honor Society; Phi 
Kappa Phi, a high scholastic 
achievement honor society; 
and the Alpha Gamma Delta 
sorority, in which she held the 
offices of vice-president — 
scholarship, editor, and rush 
counselor. She was also a little 
sister to Sigma Pi Fraternity. 

Clay RIchter graduated with 
a G.P.A. of 3.5 and a BS degree 
in Fire Investigation. While at 
Eastern he was awarded an 
Alumni Scholarship and was 
vice-president of the Associa- 
tion of Fire Science Techni- 
cians. Clay was also an advisor 
to the "Crisis" telephone line. 



TOP LEFT: Janet Lee McCill TOP MIDDLE: 

Shelly Stambaugh. TOP RIGHT: Gary 
Whitehead. ABOVE LEFT: Nancy Geschrei. 
ABOVE RIGHT: Clay Richter 



236 Honors/Who's Who 




Stephen T. Starbuck, a 

native of Westerville, Ohio, 
received his degree in Ac- 
counting. Steve served as 
president of the Phi Delta 
Theta Fraternity, as a Student 
Senator, and as a member of 
the Accounting Club. He 
received the Cooper and 
Lybrand Award and was on 
Honor Roll. 

An admiration for past 
music teachers and an enjoy- 
ment of music encouraged 
Sandra Suerick to enter the 
field of music education. San- 
dra graduated with a G.P.A. of 
3.6 and was awarded a music 
department scholarship. She 
was also involved in several 
organizations such as Kappa 
Delta Pi, Sigma Tau Alpha, 
Music Education National 



Conference, and served as in- 
tramural chairman of the 
Wesley Foundation. 

Barry Lawson of Cynthiana 
received a BA in Music Mer- 
chandising and a Bachelor 
of Music Education. A mem- 
ber of Phi Mu Alpha, Barry 
maintained a 3.1 G.P.A. 

Richard J. Williams, a 
Dietetics major, graduated 
with a G.P.A. of 3.93. Richard 
was president of Phi Upsilon 
Omicron and served as a 
member of the Finance Com- 
mittee. He was also active in 
the Food and Nutrition Club 
and Collegiate Pentacle. 
Richard received the 
American Dietetics Associa- 
tion Undergraduate Schol- 
arship Award and the Mary K. 
Burrier Scholarship. 



Who's Who 



Raymond D. House 

graduated with a 3.1 G.P.A. 
and a BS in Physical Educa- 
tion. Ray received the 
Presidential Scholar-Athlete 
Award and was chosen co- 
captain of the swim team. He 
was a member of Phi Epsilon 
Kappa, PEMM Club, E Club, 
and National Fellowship of 
Christian Athletes. 



TOP LEFT: Stephen T Starbuck. TOP RIGHT: 
Sandra Suerick. ABOVE LEFT: Barr\ Lawson. 
ABOVE MIDDLE: Richard J. WiNiams, ABOVE 
RIGHT: Raymond D. House. 



HonorsAVho's Who 237 



Milestone Gives 
Awards To Seniors 



The Milestone awarded Senior Citations for 
Outstanding Greek Man and Woman to Call 
Emery and John Doherty. Gail, a member of the 
Kappa Alpha Theta sorority, was also a member 
of the Order of Omega, the University Center- 
board and Greek Week Committees. She has 
held offices as President of Junior Panhellenic 
and Vice-president and President of the Pan- 
hellenic Council. Graduating with a 3.0 GPA in 
Finance, John Doherty was Pledge Marshal in 
the Sigma Nu fraternity. John was active as the 
IN delegate to IFC, member of the Order of 
Omega, University Centerboard and Greek 
Week Committees. He also held office as Presi- 
dent of the Interfraternity Council. 

Ten individuals received Senior Citations for 
their athletic excellence. Doug Bonk was track 
captain, record holder for the three-mile and 
cross-country runs, twice MVP for the cross 



country team, and two-time All-OVC runner. 
Linda Marchese was the field hockey team cap- 
tain and high scorer, and was named to the All- 
State Field Hockey Team. Evelyn Abell was 
named to the All-State Volleyball Team, and also 
played basketball, originally attending Eastern 
on a basketball scholarship. Christopher Roberts 
was captain of the football team and was named 
to the All-OVC 1st Team. Victoria Renner was 
on a track scholarship and ran on the track and 
cross-country teams. Stanley Mitchell was a 
football captain and was named to the 1977 All- 
OVC 1st Team. Paula Tipton attended Eastern on 
a volleyball scholarship and was named to the 
All-State Volleyball Team. Raymond House was 
a co-captain of the swim team and received the 
Presidential Scholar-Athlete Award. Rose Travis 
was a member of the 7-11 social club and ran on 
the track team. John Melsen- 
heimer won the Presidential Scholar-Athlete 
Award and was co-captain of the swim team. 



BELOW LEFT: SENIOR CITATIONS FOR GREEK MAN AND WOMAN. 

Cniil Emery and John Doherly^ BELOW: SENIOR CITATIONS FOR OUT- 
STANDING ATHLETES. Front Row: Doug Bonk, Linda Marchese, Evelyn 
AIh'II, Chris Roberts, Victoria Renner and Stanley Mitchell. Back Row: 
Paula Tipton, Raymond House, John Meisenheimer and Rose Travis. Not 
Pictured: Debbie Condreva, Debbie Niles. 




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Steve Foster and John Cooper received Senior 
Citations for student government. Steve vi'as 
President of the Student Association, rounding 
out four years of service to the university. He 
was also a member of the Theta Chi fraternity, 
the Ciruna Club and the University Center- 
board. John was the Student Association vice- 
president and Student Regent. He was named 
Outstanding Senator in 1978 and directed the 
Scotia Memorial Arts and Crafts Fair that year. 
John, an industrial Technology and Business ma- 
jor, was also a member of Eastern's Young 
Democrats Club. 

Nancy Rosenhoffer, David Kennedy, Jackie 
Bryant and Gary Whitehead were awarded 
Senior Citations in the field of Military Science. 

Nancy Rosenhoffer was a member of Scab- 
bard and Blade, the Military Police, and the 
Associations of Law Enforcement. Majoring in 
Police Administration, Nancy received the 
Military Science Scholastic Achievement Award. 

David Kennedy majored in Forensic Science 



and Chemistry. David was awarded a three-year 
ROTC Scholarship, the Association of the U.S. 
Army Medal for Leadership and the George C. 
Marshall ROTC Award. He was a member of 
Scabbard and Blade and Collegiate Pentacle. 

Gary Whitehead, majoring in Police Ad- 
ministration, was named Distinguished Military 
Student, awarded the Army Air Assault Badge, 
and received a four-year ROTC Scholarship. He 
was a member of Scabbard and Blade, Comman- 
der of the ROTC Brigade and Co-commander of 
the Pershing Rifles. 

Jackie Bryant, an Electronic Data Processing 
major, was the recipient of a two-year ROTC 
Scholarship and Distinguished Military Student 
Award. Jackie was a Commander of the Ranger 
Company and member of Scabbard and Blade 
and the Pershing Rifles. 



TOP: SENIOR CITATIONS FOR STUDENT GOVERNMENT. )ohn Cooper 
and Steve Foster ABOVE: SENIOR CITATIONS FOR MILITARY SCIENCE. 

lackie Bryant, Gary Whitehead, David Kennedy and Nancy Rosenhoffer. 



Honors/Senior Citations 239 



Three seniors were awarded Senior Citations 
in Music. Sandra Howard graduated with a 3.85 
G.P.A. and a degree in Flute Performance. San- 
dra was a soloist with the WEKU Orchestra in 
1977 and 1979, and a soloist with the WEKU band 
in 1978. She was also a member of Delta 
Omicron, the International Women's Music 
Honorary. Richard Rebilas, who graduated with 
a Music Performance degree, finished with a 
G.P.A. of 3.4. Richard finished first in Regional 
and State NATS Competition the past three 
years. He was the Phi Mu Alpha Musical Direc- 
tor, a member of the Chamber Singers and the 
University Singers, and received the Jane F. 
Campbell Scholarship. Nina Dawkins graduated 
with a degree in Piano Music; she was also the 
recipient of the Begley Award. 

Lowell Massey was nominated for his Senior 
Citation by the Theater Department. Lowell was 
a recipient of the Gifford Scholarship, the 
Oleika Service Award, president of Alpha Psi 
Omega dramatic fraternity and a member of the 
University Players. 

Also nominated for a Senior Citation by the 
Theater Department was Donna Kilgore. 
Donna's strong interest in the fields of music 
and drama led her to a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 
the Performing Arts degree. Donna was also 
secretary and treasurer for the University 
Players, and treasurer for Alpha Psi Omega. 



RIGHT: SENIOR CITATIONS FOR DRAMA. Donna Kilgore and Lowell 
Massey BELOW: SENIOR CITATIONS FOR MUSIC. Richard Rebilas, 
Nina Dawkins and Sandra Howard. Not Pictured: David Malone. 





students Share Special Skills 



Six seniors received Senior Citations recogniz- 
ing their service in the area of Student Publica- 
tions. Shelby White received a citation for his 
vi^ork on the Aurora; he was also a member of 
the Inter-varsity Christian Fellowship. Elizabeth 
Palmer-Ball, a Journalism major, was the Manag- 
ing Editor of the Progress, and vice-president of 
the Society of Collegiate Journalists in 1978. jim 
Thomason was Business Editor of the Progress, 
and received a first place award for his advertiz- 
ing campaigns from the Kentucky Inter- 
collegiate Press Association. Mark Turner was 
Editor-in-Chief of the Progress and was a mem- 



ber of the Society of Collegiate Journalists. Jill 
Secrest was Index Editor of the 1978 Milestone, 
and Organizations Editor in 1979; she was also a 
member of the Alpha Gamma Delta sorority, 
and the Committee Chairman for the Food and 
Nutrition Club. Meg Hiles was Organizations 
Editor for the 1978 Milestone, and Editor-in- 
Chief 1979. She also served as president, 
treasurer and rush chairman for the Alpha 
Gamma Delta Sorority. 

BELOW: SENIOR CITATIONS FOR PUBLICATIONS: Meg Hiles, Jim 
Thomason, Shelby White, Elizabeth Palmer-Ball, Mark Turner, Jill 
Secrest. Not Pictured: Sarah Warren and Steve Cambron. 




Who's Who/Senior Citation 241 




Collegiate Pentacle 
Recognizes Seniors 



ABOVE: COLLEGIATE PENTACLE. First Row: Donna Fultz, Deborah 
Goff, Dona Neville, vice-president; Debra Meers, chaplain; Patricia 
Flood, president; Debbie Bright, treasurer; Dale Hashagen, secretary; 
Susie Richardson, Patti Faesy. Second Row: Brenda Greenwell, Patricia 
Blackwell, Barbara Brinegar, Alice Inman, Deborah Pasco, Melissa 
Meville, Sandy Flodge, Judy Miles, Donna Graft, Sandy Isaacs. Third 
Row: David M. Kennedy, Paul Newton, Teri Davis, Claudia Denzinger, 
Polly McDavitt, Mary Proctor, )ohn L. Meisenheimer, Jr., Joe Perkowski. 



The Collegiate Pentacle recognizes seniors 
who have displayed leadership abilities, high 
scholastic achievement, and service to the com- 
munity. The group sponsored one service pro- 
ject each semester, ushered at the commence- 
ment ceremonies, and helped with the Hanging 
of the Greens. 



242 Honors/Honoraries 



Easterlies Honoraries Stress Leadership 




Athletic Honorary 
Awards E-Ring 



The E-Club, Eastern's varsity lettermen's 
honorary, worked towards the betterment of 
conditions for athletics. Members are responsi- 
ble for ushering at the girl's state tournament, 
and for all home basketball games. 

Seniors who have been active for three con- 
secutive years and have earned three varsity let- 
ters are awarded an E-ring; awarded only to 
Eastern's most outstanding athletes. The E-ring is 
a lifetime pass to all Eastern's home basketball 
and football games. 



ABOVE: VARSITY E-CLUB. Front Row: Kevin Curren, Mark Sullivan, 
Scott Barber, Kent Preasants, coach; Sue Edmonds, coach: John L. 
Meisenheimer, Jr., president; Susan Floer, Scott S. Mosgrove, Gary Noel, 
Brian Davis. Second Row: Gary S. Jameson, Brad Burch, David L. Napier, 
Mike Gallagher, secretary-treasurer; Ron Siggs, Prentis E. Ragland, Ray 
D. House, Durt Heuerman, Don Waters, Chris Gray, Michael Machuzak. 



Honors/Honoraries 243 



Honoraries Excel in Communication 



Delta Sigma Rho is an 

honorary fraternity which has 
as its purpose to train students 
to think critically and to ex- 
press these thoughts in clear, 
logical written form. Members 
of Delta Sigma Rho learned to 
analyze everyday communica- 
tion; these analyses were in- 
tended to help the members 
with communication when 
they begin their various 
careers. 

Upon graduation, members 
often become lawyers, 
mediators, or fill managerial 
positions. This is when their 
communicative skills given 
them benefits them and their 
communities. 

The members participated 
in various forensic tourna- 
ments at universities 
throughout the region. They 
also helped in the judging 
assignments of regional 
speech festivals held during 
the spring semester. 

The English honor society 
Sigma Tau Delta recognized 
and encouraged superior 
scholarship in the study of 
English. It was open to stu- 
dents who maintained a 
cumulative grade point 
average of 3.0. 

Sigma Tau Delta tried to 
provide for its members the 
opportunity to view a wide 
scope of literary accomplish- 
ments, both professional and 
non-professional. Projects 
such as poetry readings, 
theater parties, and the English 
dinner helped Sigma Tau 
Delta to realize this goal. 




ABOVE: SIGMA TAU DELTA. First Row: Ordelle G. Hill, sponsor; Virginia Carpenter, secretary- 
Irco^urer; Jennifer Staples, president; Jane Hisle, vice-president; Jan ZIotnil Schmidt, sponsor. 
Second Row: Jacqueline Edmondson, Donna Tucker, Susan Young, Jenny Henson, Karen Hart, 
Rosanne Scott, Kym Wharton, Randy Mills, M. Alison Gibbons, Patricia Hays, Barry Hall. TOP: 
DELTA SIGMA RHO. First Row: Ross Ballard II, president; Max Huss, sponsor; Mike Stephens, 
Chris Kremer, Lori Hartman, secretary-treasurer. Second Row: Matt Collins, Jennifer Staples, vice- 
president; Tim Butler. 



244 Honors/Honoraries 



Honoraries Promote Musical Talents 




Delta Omicron, the music honorary, stressed 
the development in members a high degree of 
appreciation for music and performance. The 
group viewed this appreciation as essential for 
each member to develop her talent to its fullest 
potential. 

Delta Omicron is a service fraternity. They 
visited nursing homes, playing music and 
leading sing-along for the patients; they collec- 
ted for UNICEF; and they conducted auctions to 
determine the recipient for their annual 
scholarship award. 

The fraternity also sponsored a musical which 
featured members and faculty sponsors. 

Alpha Psi Omega, the national honorary 
dramatic fraternity had a threefold purpose: to 
recognize and reward those people who ex- 
hibited ability in the various aspects of theater; 
to give members a serious, professional attitude 
towards the theater; and to benefit its members 
and the theater department with its combined 
talents. 

The fraternity worked in conjuction with the 
University Players to produce a musical revue, 
gave monthly dinners at which they read con- 
temporary plays, and assisted the theater in 
publizing its productions. 




TOP: ALPHA PSI OMEGA. Front Row: Billye 
Killman. Second Row: Vice-president: Leslie 
P. Truman, Donna L. Kilgore, treasurer; 
secrerarv- Third Row: Lowell Massey, 
provident: Keith lohnson, advisor. LEFT: 
DELTA OMICRON. Front Row: Linda Kern, 
president; Kathi Davis, rush chairman; 
secretary; Becky Smith, treasurer; Terri 
Tuggle, ritual chairman; Carol Cole, warden. 
Second Row: Billie Parsons, Brenda Music, 
Tami Miles, Joni Tales, Sally Lemert. Third 
Row: Tammy Moore, Paula Wade. 



Honors/Honoraries 245 




The business education honorary society Pi 
Omega Pi promotes scholarship in business 
education, and high ethical standards in 
business and professional life. 

Pi Omega Pi maintained materials for the use 
of members during their professional semester. 
The Honorary also sold Christmas cards and 
stationery to raise money in order to send two 
delegates to San Antonio for the national 
organizations Biennial Conference. 

The business honorary Sigma Tau Pi tried to 
further those in business fields by giving them 
the opportunity to meet different people in 
business, and to encounter varied business ex- 
periences. They sponsored several guest 
speakers and conducted tours to accomplish 
these purposes. Sigma Tau Pi also sponsored 
several projects. They provided toy baskets for 
Richmond children this past Christmas. 



ABOVE: SIGMA TAU PI. Front Row: Larry W. Long, Mark Newton, David 
M. Vaughn, president; Marilyn Fleshman, vice-president: Teresa Smyser, 
ac(iv/f/es chairman: Viola Hendrickson, Susan Harrison. Second Row: 
Carolyn Henderson, Deborah Coff, Debra Meers, Wanda Horton, Karen 
McDonald, Joanie Zetzer. Third Row: Mark S. May, Jim Smith, Caria 
Crume, Leeann Cay, Ronald Miller, Troy Crumm. RIGHT: PI OMEGA PI. 
Front Row: Carolyn Henderson, Susan Burchett, Cynthia Powell. Second 
Row: Myrena Jennings, sponsor: Vicki Lawson, social chairman: Alecia 
Claunch, Gwen Ashcraft, president. Third Row: Calvin L. Rains, 
historian: Debbie S. Garwood, vice-president: Edsel R. Mountz, sponsor. 




246 Honors/Honoraries 




Honoraries Aid In Career Development 




Alpha Phi Sigma, the 

criminal justice honorary, en- 
couraged education in the 
criminal justice field. Mem- 
bers were encouraged to have 
a sense of pride and 
professionalism. The group in- 
vited several guest speakers to 
lecture and some of its mem- 
bers attended the National 
Alpha Phi Sigma convention. 
Pi Sigma Alpha, the political 
science honorary, stimulated 
productive scholarship in the 
field of government. A new 
honorary on Eastern's campus, 
the group was formed to 
foster relations between its 
members and the political 
science community. 



TOP: ALPHA PHI SIGMA. Front Row: Lee A. Karsner, treasurer; Donald K. Curry, Rita Deni 
Tomkins, Diane R. Kowitz. Second Row: Steve Kemp, Terrell Davis, secretary; Hope Iris Key, 
Robert S. Dollar, Vickie Doolin, Valerie L. Herb, Veda White, Jerry W. Vandergriff, William P. 
Shanley. Third Row: Joan Elliott, Sandra Cochran, Helen Eigenberg, Laurie Helgren, Amy J. Boise, 
Glenn E. Castell, Todd Smith, Eric L. Provost, Mary Kim Miller, national secretary: David M. Ken- 
nedy. Fourth Row: Jeffrey K. Smith, Kevin B. Ininn, president. ABOVE: PI SIGMA ALPHA. Front 
Row: Theresa Sanis, Randall R. Ballard II, president: Frederic D. Ogden, Ralph E. Pretty, secretary- 
treasurer; Felix Billy Obiefule, Deborah Fannin, Jane Rainey. Second Row: David R. Baird, Dr. 
Robert E. Agger, Dr. Tae-Hwan Kwak, Paul Blanchard, Susan Parker, Ronald E. Dean. 



Honors/Honoraries 247 



Honoraries Encourage Professionalism 



The education honorary society Kappa Delta 
Pi encourages high intellectual, professional and 
personal standards in its members. It distributed 
books to children in the RIF program and held a 
bake sale for the benefit of RIF. It also held 
monthly meetings and programs of interest to 
educators and future teachers. 

Phi Upsilon Omicron, the national honor 
society for home economics, tried to advance 
and serve the profession of home economics. It 
encouraged the intellectual and professional 
development of its members and fostered high 
ethical standards in the profession. 

The society disseminated information about 
home economics to the community through 
service programs — such as the organization of 
a careers forum for high school students in sur- 
rounding counties. 



BELOW: PHI UPSILON OMICRON. Front Row: Cindy Fischer, Ray Anne 
Duff, Michael O'Mera, forum chairman: Deborah Moss, secretary; 
Molly Maginnis, chaplain; Kim Schieman, historian: Tana Kim Back. 
Second Row: Nancy Snyder, Cynthia Sullivan, Effie Creamer, sponsor: 
Catherine E. Patrick, Marsha Brown, Janet Yount, Deborah S. Vieth, 
Diane Cleason, Diane Roberson, Debra Reynolds, Alice Maggard, Maria 
Leung, Anne Steinmetz, food chairperson. BOTTOM: KAPPA DELTA PI. 
Front Row: Lisa J. Stephens, Diane L. Roberson, Judith C. Campbell. 
Second Row: Linda D. Martin, Sandra K. Bailey, Nancy Azbell, Sherry L. 
Smith, Janet M. Schwartz, president: Alice Inman, treasurer: Ronda Ren- 
nirt, vice-president: Claude Douglas Sallee, secretary: Anne Elaine Foy, 
historian: Deborah S. Kearns, historian; Ray D. House, Clarence D. 
Johns, Ira ]. Begley II, Virgil Glenn Kincaid, William J. Mushrush, Debra 
click. Third Row: Mark A. Wickline, Mark E. Volpenhein, Deborah S. 
Bright, Donna Fultz, Joan Dempsey, Mari Beasley, Julia M. Payne, Mary 
Leigh Gilkison, Rosalind Bustt, Kathi Davis, Catherine E. Patrick, Rhonda 
Sutphin, Pamela L. Haag, Anne Marie Eaton, Donna F. Coins, Candy E. 
Evans. 











History and Geography Honoraries Excel 




Phi Alpha Theta is the inter- 
national history honorary 
made up of students and 
faculty who excel in the field 
of history. 

This year the members were 
judge assistants for the 1978 
History Day sponsored by the 
University. They also attended 
regional meetings at which 
they advanced ideas, projects 
and teachings within the field. 

The geography honorary 
Gamma Theta Upsilon 
furthered interest in the dis- 
cipline of geography. It spon- 
sored various field trips, 
speakers, seminars and 
presentations. 




TOP: GAMMA THETA UPSILON. Front Row: Deborah Gardner, Melody 
Auxier, Deborah Slorach, secretary: Billy D. Ashley, Bob Atkinson, 
president; So Ling Chan. Second Row: Jim Wigglesworth, Karen Moore, 
Kathy Dudley, Bret Preston. ABOVE: PHI ALPHA THETA. Front Row: 

Samuel James Simon, Ion Martin McCoy, recorder; Helen H. Palmer- 



Ball, secretary; Cynthia L. Etkin, student advisor; Martin D. East, 
president; Gayle A. Skidmore, student advisor and treasurer; Robert C. 
Moberly. Second Row: Michael B. Tipton, Mark E. Volpenhein, David 
Britt, April Wolf, Don Halpin, Tony Wilder, Harold M. Grice, Glenn E. 
Casteel III, Michael Schwendemann, Dale Warren, Julie Lott. 



Honors/Honoraries 249 



students Provide Services for Campus 



Alpha Epsilon Rho, a na- 
tional broadcasting honorary 
society, encouraged academic 
excellence and profes- 
sionalism in the production of 
television, radio, and film 
media. Alpha Epsilon Rho ser- 
ved as a production unit for 
out-of-class experience. 

The organization gave its 
members the chance to be ac- 
tively involved in their field 
through activities such as the 
production of a radio show, 
field trips to three Lexington 
television stations, inviting top 
professionals in the broad- 
casting field to speak at their 
meetings. 

Alpha Epsilon Rho also 
provided WTVQ-27 TV in Lex- 
ington with a resource crew, 
having members on call to fill 
in for absent personnel at the 
station. 

The national military honor 
society Scabbard and Blade 
promoted patriotism and the 
desire to serve in the military. 
The Society also furthered the 
improvement and con- 
tinuance of Eastern's ROTC 
programs. 

The honorary also en- 
couraged the essential 
qualities of good efficient of- 
ficers, while promoting 
friendship among the cadet 
officers. 



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TOP: ALPHA EPSILON RHO. Front Row: 

Jeffrey Dean Bell, iecretary;'Keith Rigfitmyer, 
treasurer; Mark Snowden, president; Marilyn 
Miller, membership chairman; Kirk Tuttle, 
alumni coordinator; Lawrence Smith, 
professional coordinator. BOTTOM: SCAB- 
BARD AND BLADE. Front Row: Captain 
Robert Osborne, advisor; Diana McChargue, 



Todd Smith, James Monihan, Nancy 
Rosenhoffer, Ciena Parker. Second Row: 
Gary Whitehead, David Kennedy, Greg Fugitt, 
Ira ). Begley, executive officer; Tim A. Distler, 
commander. Third Row: Sam Young, Wade 
Lindon, Rodney Sherman, David Harper, Brett 
Smalley, William Mushrush. Fourth Row: 
Jackie Bryant, Ralph Shoaf. 



250 Honors/Honoraries 




Sigma Tau Alpha is an honorary service 
society. It carried out the theme of service by 
helping the Red Cross with the blood mobile, 
working in student elections, and making a 
Christmas contribution to the Foster Children of 
Madison County. They held a dance-a-thon for 
Cystic Fibrosis and planned a mini-marathon for 
next fall for the same charity. 

Lambda Sigma is the sophomore honorary 
which fosters leadership, scholarship, fellowship 
and the spirit of service with its organization, 
while promoting the interests of Eastern Ken- 
tucky University. 

Lambda Sigma is a service organization. It 
helped the Lions Club with one of its projects in 
the fall. Its members periodically visited nursing 
homes and orphanages in the area, and donated 
canned goods to the Richmond Food Bank. 

The group met bi-weekly to faciliate 



fellowship among the members, and sponsored 
group outings with other Lambda Sigma chap- 
ters. 



TOP: SIGMA TAU ALPHA. Front Row: Susan D. Roberts, historian; Kim 
Scott, treasurer; Debi Hensley, chaplain; Elissa Perry, secretary; Lisa 
Egelston, vice-president; Patricia Reed, president; Vickie Frazier, guide; 
Kathy Henderson, alpha; Regina Kaufman, Lorraine Foley, advisor. 
Second Row: Christine Ernst, sigma; Lucinda Napier, Sherry Butterfield, 
Kathy McDaniel, Mary R. Murphy, Laura Sigmon, Lisa Triplett, Lee Ann 
Love, Jackie Frost, Debbie Palmer, Theresa Coulter, Tom Richardson, 
advisor. Third Row: Joseph Cable, Willard Barbour, Brvan Hensel, Rod 
Rishel, Richard H. Wells, Dennis J. Wine. ABOVE: LAMBDA SIGMA. 
Front Row: Diane Kerr, Mary Fogarty, Martha S. Crise, advisor; Dona 
Neville, senior advisor; Kenneth Walter Weidlnger, vice-president; 
Laura Schulte, president: Brian D. Potts, treasurer: Karen Oilman, 
secretary; Cynthia Ann Wright, ritual chairperson; Timothy C. Butler, 
junior advisor; Carol L. Al lender, Linda A. Boden. Second Row: Cheri 
Lynn Tucker, Lisa Ann Morehead, Nancy Elder, Michael G. Behir Susan 
Sorrell, Paula Abies, David R. Crise, Danna Bunch, Laura FHendricks, 
Richard Rushing, F^eather Berry, Tammy K. McClain, Diana L. FHall, 
Martha Roberts, Terry Quzts, Melinda S. Wish. Third Row: Clay burn M. 
Trowell, Leslie A. Bergdoll, Rick L. Stove, Rhonda K. Elelen, Amy 
Baumann, )oni Johnson, Tom Rogers, Laura Blusdee, David Storey, 
junior advisor; Sherry Burnett, Diane Derrick, David Rimter. 



Honors/Honoraries 251 



Honoraries Concerned with 



Designed to promote 
fellowship and scholarship in 
the fields of physical educa- 
tion and health, the physical 
education honorary Delta Psi 
Kappa allowed its members to 
broaden their awareness of 
physical education. 

This year the society held its 
annual Parents Day to show 
parents the various activities 
physical education students 
participate in. They also held a 
Career Day to emphasize the 
importance of physical educa- 
tion for incoming students. 

Phi Epsilon Kappa promoted 
professionalism in the field of 
physical education, and 
related fields. They 
heightened community un- 
derstanding of the physical 
education field through their 
various service projects such 
as working with the handi- 
capped. 




ABOVE: DELTA PSI KAPPA. Front Row: Loretta Coughlin, preiident elect; Jane Long, 
p,if//,in)enMr/t)n; Angi Anderson, riTordiiig iecretary. Second Row: Denise Bailey, treasurer; 
LceAnn Martindale, Debbie Niles, president; Paula Tipton, corresponding secretary; )anet Totter, 
Shelly Stambaugh, reporter historian. BELOW: PHI EPSILON KAPPA. Front Row: Mark Sullivan, 
vice-president; Terry Dailey, treasurer; Diane Hawley, secretary; Mike Conn, president. Second 
Row: Odell Phillips, Harold Holmes, faculty sponsor; Mike Appleman, Kevin Whitman, Tony Web- 
ber, Mike Cotto, Ray House, Bob Cressman, Bill Simkins, Doug Sallee, Dave White, Ron Holihan, 
Dan Lichty, faculty sponsor. 




252 Honors/Honoraries 



Developing Human Potential 



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Psi Chi, the national psy- 
chology honorary, worked to 
promote the science of psy- 
chology and psychological 
research. The honorary 
stimulated scholarship within 
the field, and recognized high 
achievement in scholarship by 
its members. 

The group also provided 
learning experiences outside 
the classroom through field 
trips and speakers. It also 
awarded a research grant to 
the student conducting the 
outstanding research project. 

Alpha Kappa Delta, a 
sociology honorary fraternity, 
is currently in its reorganiza- 
tion stages. Its officers, with 
the cooperation of faculty, laid 
the groundwork for the 
growth of the organization. 

Alpha Kappa Delta 
organized and directed ac- 
tivities that would promote 
outstanding scholarship in the 
field of sociology by both 
members and non-members 
of the organization. The 
organization also sponsored 
open activities such as 
speakers and films which 
allowed Eastern students to 
keep up with important social 
issues. 



TOP: PSI CHI. Front Row: Patti Faesy, Mary Elizabeth Ballard, Vicki Hogue, president: Joyce Han- 
non, v/ce-presldeni; Diana lustice. Second Row: Pat Caudill, Lynn Despard, Linda fisher, Linda 
Brunton, Phil Price, Cindy Kowis, Davd Weisner, Margaret Lane, Carrie Isham, Dr. Douglas 
Hindman, sponsor. ABOVE: ALPHA KAPPA DELTA. Front Row: Donna M. Tucker, Ida Elizabeth 
Howard, Cindy Tipton, secretary: Peggy Roberts, v/ce-presidenl. Second Row: Dr. John Curra, 
advisor: David R. Baird, Charles "Wesley" Durham, J. Gregory Stroude, president: Mary Elizabeth 
Ballard. 



Honors/Honoraries 253 






The outstanding students who fulfill their 
expectations for themselves and their communities 
become involved in worthwhile organizations. 



Jill Secrest 
Organizations Editor 



Student Government Provides Arts and 



The Student Senate is an elected body which 
represents each college on campus. It's purpose 
is to provide the students at Eastern with a 
representative voice in the policy and decision- 
making process of the university community 
and to promote communication and un- 
derstanding within and beyond the campus. 
The Senate was very active in helping the Uni- 
versity and community. It held the Arts and 
Crafts Fair in the Fall and Spring. Proceeds from 
these fairs went to the scholarship fund for the 
children of Scotia mine disaster victims. Other 
projects the Senate sponsored were travel 
packages for students, freshmen records, stu- 
dent book exchange, survival handbook. Free 
University, and Brockton commission. 

The Executive Cabinet is an advising board of 
committee members for assisting the President 
of the Senate in making decisions. 

Their job is to report on their individual com- 
mittees and their recent activities, which will be 



discussed in the Senate meetings. 

The Student Court is appointed by the presi- 
dent. They are not members of the senate, must 
maintain a certain grade point, and are con- 
firmed by the Senate. 

The function of the Court is to resolve any 
problems which may arise from concerned stu- 
dents. They also handle any assignments for in- 
vestigation under request of President Powell. 



BELOW: EXECUTIVE CABINET. Front Row: Mike Ditchen, Electiom 
Committee Chairman: John Cooper, Vice-President Student Regent; 
Steve Foster, President; Jeff Heine, Committee on Committees Chair- 
man; Michael Alan Daley, Speaker Protem. Second Row: Alan Moores, 
Academic Affairs Committee Chairman; Maria Domenech, Financial 
Committee Chairman; Barbara Durham, Student Rights Committee 
Chairman; Mark C. Hester, Public Relations Committee Chairman. 




256 Organizations/Student Government 



Crafts Fair For Scotia Mine Victims 




ABOVE: STUDENT SENATE. Front Row: Nancy J. Hathaway, Ricky A. 
Mattox, Karen G. Chrisman, Jenny Bishop, Patricia Blackwell, Charles M. 
Floyd, Bob Atkinson, David Simpson, Michael L. Lotto, Sharon Milby. 
Second Row: Charles T. Smith, Stephen T. Starbuck, Michael Alan Daley, 
Speaker Protern; David W. Kidd, Gregory S. Land, |ohn Cooper, Vice- 
President; Maria Domenech, Financial Committee Chairman; Barbara 
Durham, Student Rights Chairman; Steve Foster, President; Jeff Heine, 
Committee on Committees Chairman; Alan Moores, Academic Affairs 



Committee Chairman; Mike Ditchen, Elections Committee Chairman; 
Les Phelps, Sheri Mefford. Third Row: Mary Strodtbeck, Pamela Patter- 
son, Jeanne Krebs, Don McNay, Chris Kremer, Dwight Hutchison, 
Robert G. Moser, Paul Clere, Linda Brunton, Dale Holbrook, Charles 
Yonts, Elissa Petri, Sherri Shaffer, Timothy Adkins, Paulette Johnson, 
Mark Hester. BELOW: STUDENT COURT. Front Row: Becky McGuffey, 
Bryan K. O'Brien, Rebecca Foster, Richard Robinson, Associate-Chief 
Justice. Second Row: Teri Steely, Dale Warren, Chief Justice. 




Government/Student Government 257 



Interdorm Attend OVC Conference 







Women's Interdormitory Board is one of 
three governing bodies on campus. Its purpose 
is to initiate and promote change to improve 
conditions of u'omen residing on Eastern's 
campus, and to continue to create a better un- 
derstanding between the administration and 
women students residing on Eastern Kentucky 
University's campus. 

The organization gave its elected members a 
voice in student government and a chance to 
serve their fellow dorm residents. Women's In- 
terdorm carried out projects for local charities 
such as Madison County Foster Parent Associa- 
tion and Madison County Retarded Children's 
Association. They sponsored various campus 
wide activities such as Little Sister Weekend, Las 
Vegas Night, A Halloween Bash, Christmas 
Social, and OVC Interdorm Conference. 



ABOVE: WOMEN'S INTERDORM. Front Row: Christine M. Ernst, 
secretary-treasurer; Caria Suerdieck, vice-president; Laura R. Schulte, 
Katherine A. Blair, president; Kathleen A. Strunk, Sharon D. Robinson. 
Second Row: Susan, Marie E. Clarke, Regina Kaufman, Carla J. Doyle, 
Paula Kay Wade, F. Renee Skaggs. Third Row: Mary D. Kemper, Susan A. 
Carr, Tammy A. Cuidry, )udy L. Horn, Sheryle L. Scott. Fourth Row: 
Cmdy L. Cibbs, Mary Ann Salerns, Nanette L. Nichols, Marsha C. 
Stewart, Jennifer M. Maloney, Cheryl L. Ennert. Fifth Row: Becky J Gib- 
son, Willa M. Hays. BELOW: One little girl seems to be enjoying her din- 
ner durmg the 'Little Sister Picnic' Initiated by dorms and Women's 
Interdorm. 




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Organizations Show 
Concern For Students 



Men's Interdormitory Board is a group of men 
representing each residence hall. They ex- 
hibited leadership and concern for all aspects of 
life in EKU dormitories. They help sponsor 
programs and serve as the policy recom- 
mending body to the Council on Student Af- 
fairs. 

Along with the Women's Interdormitory 
Board, they have projected many new and es- 
tablished old policies for our campus such as the 
revision of open-house, meal-plan evaluation, 
parking evaluation, fire safety reports, and 
residence hall staff evaluation. 

A special project, such as. Monster Bash was 
held in the Keene Johnson ballroom during 
Halloween to help raise funds for the Madison 
County Foster Parent Association. 



The Social Work Club acquainted students 
with the pressing issues in social work and en- 
couraged students to serve the community 
through social programs. The club expressed 
their view in the Social Work curriculum plan- 
ning and faculty selection. Members were in- 
formed about professional positions. 

This year the club hosted the Third Annual 
Kentucky Coalition of Student Social Workers 
Conference; its theme was "Human Diversity: 
Appreciation and Celebration of Differenc 



ABOVE: MEN'S INTERDORM. Front Row: David W. Renshaw, Rich 
Bowlin, secretary-freau/rer; Jim Wigglesworth, vice-president: Anthony 
Ciuliano, Michael Britain, Bart Leist. Second Row: John Day, Bernard 
Donin, Donald McCarter, Wayne Bartiey, Mark S. May, Gregory Rayn. 
Third Row: James Poole, Marc Whitt, Timothy Butler, Jeff Heine, Tom 
Spellman, Rob Cox, Robert Leininger. Fourth Row: Anthony 
Richardson, Dan Bertsos, advisor: lohn Homan, Skip Arlinghaus, Joe 
Perkowski, Joe Heil. BELOW: SOCIAL WORK. Front Row: Jill Anne 
Jackson, secretary: Barbara Roundtree, vice-president: Jerry Mowles, 
Barbara J, Berry. Second Row: Gwen Kaldenberg, Judy Wilt. Third Row: 
Diana Lynn Hibbard, treasurer: Mary F. Bryan, Jane Moreland, Cheryl 
Whittaker, Emily Snyder, Janet Warner, president: Peggy McBurney, 
Leslie Thalheimer. 




MBA Request National Charter 




The MBA (Master of Business Administration 
Association), an organization of graduates who 
are pursuing the MBA degree, strives to gather 
together graduates whose common objective 
through a rigorous curriculum is the MBA 
degree. The MBA Association brings these stu- 
dents together so they can share their 
knowledge and expertise with each other. 

The Association helps to instill confidence in 
it's members through organized tutoring. It also 
is a positive indicator of initiative and social 
adaptiveness. 



The MBA tutors various activities directed at 
the undergraduate curriculum in business. 
Currently, the Association is researching the 
possibility of acquiring a charter membership to 
the AMBA, a national professional business 
association. 



ABOVE: MASTERS OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Front Row: Dieter 
R. Carlton, president; Robert B. St.Clair, treasurer; Steven M. Hemphill, 
vice-president; Beth A. Schnier, secretary. Second Row: R. B. 
Wuilleumier, advisor; Lawrence Smigia, Robert Fleming, Vincent H. P. 
Sdong-Wodolam, Larry David Newsome, Lloyd Dale Ballard, Richard 
Anthony Tutten, Chan ming Fok, George ). Bouyea, Sharon Kay Hatton, 
Wade Rasner, Deborah E. Tatter, Suzanne Fulk, Cecily Lee. 



260 Organizations/MBA 



Practical Experiences — Future Careers 



The Accounting Club 

acquaints students with their 
future duties by providing an 
atmosphere that the classroom 
cannot. Guest speakers and 
field trips help prepare mem- 
bers to be professional ac- 
countants. 

The club provided students 
having trouble in accounting 



with tutors, and established a 
cost-free tax return service for 
Richmond residents. 

A professional business 
organization, Phi Beta Lambda 
strives to develop vocational 
and career competencies as 
well as civic responsibilities. 
They attended a national con- 
test in San Francisco and won 




first in parliamentary 
procedure. Their national 
conference was in New 
Orleans. 



LEFT: ACCOUNTING CLUB. Front Row: 

Stephen W. Castle, Treasurer; Mark E. 
Chastain, Vice-Preiident. Second Row: leri L. 
Isbell, Cheryl L. Christophers, Sherry Lose, 
Marilyn Fleshman, Debby Jamison, Secretary; 
LeeAnn Cay, President; Bernadette Weathers, 
Lisa Karnes. Third Row: Stephen T. Starbuck, 
Rhoderick C. Griffin, Donna M. Combs, 
Darlene L. Collins, Charlene Arnold, Deborah 
Goff. Fourth Row: Charles M. Floyd, 
Christopher Riehl, Dale Bernard, Chris 
Kremer, Laura Kirkwood, Polly McDavitt, 
Teresa Smyser, Vickie Wilson. Not pictured 
lack Dyer, Faculty Advisor. 

BELOW: PHI BETA LAMBDA. Front Row: 

Rosanne Scott, Darcy Dunn, Gale Miller, 
Darlene Collins, Deborah L. Walker, Alice 
Squires, Sheila Strong, Carol Merritt, Debbie 
Gallivan, Maleena Douglas, Shelia Jones, Deb- 
bie French, Sharon L. Pence. Second Row: 
Rudolph B. Wuilleumier, Advisor; Tammy 
Denise Rodgers, Diana G. Baird, Linda E. 
Stamper, Treasurer; Joan E. Zetzer, Secretary; 
Sherri L. Lester, Historian; Donna L. Spencer, 
V/ce-Pre.s/den(; Deborah J. Yates, President; 
Debbie Hobbs, State Secretary; Deborah J. 
Dunlap, Vice-President; Mary A. Bruce, 
Reporter: Debbie A. Dillon, Parliamentarian; 
Dana Hunt, Amy Hall, Glenda Lowe, Michael 
Kennedy. Third Row: Caria Crume, James 
Parker, Heidi Prick, Ken Hill, Robbyn Coodan, 
Matt Roahrig, Paula Jo Hinchman, Rhonda 
Perkins, J. W. Hall, Darlene Bange, Patricia 
Anita Parsley, Mary Jane Simpson, Anna M. 
Mullins, Melanie Fish, Ellen Dernowshek, 
Toby Ann Kilburn, Pam Mayne, Carolyn Tip- 
ton, Connie Davis, Susan Harrison, Patricia 
Mink. 




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Clubs Acquaint Members With Majors 




The Health Records Student 
Organization of Kentucky 
provides its members with an 
understanding of their se- 
lected field. They entertained 
outside speakers which 
helped keep the members up 
to date. 

Working for the Red Cross 
Blood Mobile was a special 
project of the members. They 
also sold candy bars to enable 
other activities. 

The Student Chapter 
National Environmental 
Health Association Club was 
organized on Eastern's campus 
to make students aware of en- 
vironmental health. The club 
tries to present the students, 
as well as the community, with 
various aspects of environ- 
mental health. Some of it's 
achievements include helping 
the city with rodent control 
and holding a car wash to raise 
money for their club. 




TOP: HEALTH RECORDS STUDENT 
ORGANIZATION OF KENTUCKY. Front Row: 

Dee Calvert, vice-president: Rebecca Rhodus, 
Angela Jones, Marcia Schierberl, Pamela 
Wood, llona Wix, Donna Nolan, Debra Smith. 
Second Row: Cynthia Westerfield, pres/dent; 
Luanne Davis, Kim Scott, Geri Adams, 
secretary; Jonna Bush, Sandra DeWitt, Clenda 
Cayle Viars, Wanda Turner. Third Row: Anna 
Berry, Kathy Klein, Virginia Joy Ballinger, 



Cheryl Stephens, treasurer; Ellen R. Marsh, 
Lisa Ann Lang, Marianne Baker. ABOVE: EN- 
VIRONMENTAL HEALTH CLUB. Front Row: 

Patricia Dugger, president; Gary Wallace, 
vice-president: Karen L. Ryan, treasurer. 
Second Row: Dr. R. E. Cartier, faculty advisor; 
Kenneth R. Rose, Marlene E. Zeckner, Teresa 
A. Muncy, Ursula White. 



262 Organizations/Careers 




Professionals Benefit Club Members 



The Student National Education Association 

provides an understanding of the teaching 
profession for the prospective teachers who are 
enrolled in the educational field. The Associa- 
tion participated in the Fall Leadership Con- 
ference Workshop in Lexington and the State 
Convention held in the spring. 

Working with the bloodmobile is one way the 
Caduceus Club offered practical experience to 
Its pre-med, pre-dental, pre-pharmacy, pre- 
optometry, medical technology, pre- 
veteranarian, physical therapy, and nursing 
members. They also listened to speakers from 
admissions boards of professional schools. 



These activities helped stimulate individual and 
campus interest in medical related fields. 



ABOVE: STUDENT NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION. Front 
Row: Cynthia Dene Lewis, Patsy Cabbard, Vice-President: Debbie 
Bright, President; Nancy Quaack, Secretary-Treasurer; Deborah Moss, 
Cindy Ann Rowe. Second Row: Barb Padgett, )amie Fisher, Cynthia Hill, 
Juliette R. Rougeux, Alicia Shufflebarger, Lisa Hamilton, Beth Lessard, 
Sheryl Cox, )oan Dempsey. BELOW: CADUCEUS CLUB. Front Row: 
Bernard B. Bandy, lanet L. Rowlett, Secretary, Deborah M. Disney, 
Patricia Blackwell, President; Charlotte F. Adams, Dona Neville, Alex 
Dalzell, Jaqueline S. Sawyers, Sherry Saylor, Janie Richmond, Debbie 
Bunch. Second Row: Sanford L. Jones, Co-Sponsor; Joe Mooney, Henry 
Norfleet, Vice-President; Shawn Caudill, Kerry Moore, J. David Oakley, 
John L. Meisenheimer, Treasurer; Kurt Heuerman, Cathy Buckman, 
Mike Rawlings, Johanna Clancy, David Storey, Publicist. 




Organizations/Professionals 263 



Clubs Prepare Members For Work 




The American Society of Interior Designers is 

a national chapter. Its purpose is to help its 
members with the professional world. Members 
benefit from information of job openings, 
design contests, and scholarships through 
speakers and field trips. 

The Food and Nutrition Club promotes the 
professions of dietetics, nutritional care and 
food service management. Among their 
educational experiences, some members went 
to New Orleans to the American Dietetics 
Association meeting. A movie on dietetics was 
produced and a spaghetti supper was held as a 
money-making project. 



ABOVE: AMERICAN SOCIETY INTERIOR DESIGN. Front Row: Leslie 
Sccley, Program Chairman; Nancy Felgar, Fund-raising Chairman; Kathy 
Kinghorn, Secretary; Marsha Otten, Vice-President; Debra Hoskinson, 
President; Teresa McCleary, Treasurer; Dita Thompson, Publicity Chair- 
man; Stephen Dunn, Field Trip Chairman; Cathy Clark. Second Row: 
Joanna Tuggle, Tere Schoemehl, Cindy Wright, Helen P. Nyerges, Mary. 
Brit Howard, Dana Stroud, Debi Harvey, lulie Benasutti. Third Row: Kerri 
Jolly, Kimberly White, Diana Baker, Carol Richie, Barbara Dick, Cindy 
Arnold, Christy Maggard, Lee Anne Miller, Donna L. Watson, Catherine 
DeWitt. Fourth Row: Zachary Olpham, Marcia Ivey, Claudia Denzinger, 
Debbie Ison, Beverly Cloyd, Nancy Zifcheck, Teresa Carshinsky, Tami 
Lang, Bruce A. Scales. 



BELOW: FOOD AND NUTRITION CLUB: Front Row: Phyllis Boone, 
President; Carol Mohr, Secretary; Debra Reynolds, Treasurer; Alice 
Maggard, President. Second Row: Maria Leung, Publicity Co-Chairman: 
Jackie Owens, Clenda McDonald, Lisa McGary, Laura Deering, Kim 
Russell, Karen Klench, Susie Richardson, Mike A. O'Mera. Third Row: 
Susie Wright, Debbie Sparks, Nancy Snyder, Lynn Doutaz, Jill Secrest, 
Ava Cuticchis, Carleen Hornack, Anne Stenmetz, Debbie Bowen, 



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The Council on International Relations and 
United Nations Affairs was an academic club 
devoted to studying world affairs, disseminating 
information about the United Nations and rais- 
ing the awareness of students concerning 
current international events. Membership was 
open to all E.K.U. students. 

Ciruna held activities such as debates, panel 
discussions, and guest lecturers. The club chose 
delegates who represented Eastern at national 
and regional Model United Nations, and spon- 
sored E.K.U. United Nations Day Seminar, which 
was open to the public. 

The German Club kept busy this past year. 
The club offered a tutoring service for German 
students, helped at nursing homes, built a 
homecoming float, went to Cincinnati for a Ger- 
man dinner, and obtained and distributed infor- 
mation on the trips to Europe. They also held a 
Franco-Prussian picnic with the French Club, 
went Christmas caroling and helped work on 
Foreign Language Day on Campus in the Spring. 



Clubs Expand 
Foreign Knowledge 





ABOVE: CIRUNA. Front Row: Zama Kimbi Ndefru II, David 
Taylor, treasurer; Donald McNay, public relations; David P. 
Grise, president; Dr. Tae-Hwan Kawk, advisor; Joseph C. 
Stroude, vice-president; David Reeves. Second Row: James 
M. Sorgusen, Felix Obiefule, Susan Young, Sharon Titus, 
Katherine I. Morrean, Cheryl Johnson. Third Row: Brian 
Ward, Keith Palmer, Robert B. Morton, V\illiam P. Shanley. 
LEFT: GERMAN CLUB. Front Row: Thomas E Miller, 
William (Willi) Pratt, social co-chairman. Second Row: 
Betty Lingle, vice-president; Laura E. Jennings. Third Row: 
Veda White, Polly McDavitt, treasurer. 



Organizations/Careers 265 



Guest Speakers Enlighten ALE 




The Association of Law Enforcement gave 
Eastern's law enforcement majors, minors, and 
graduate students an opportunity to join a 
career-oriented law enforcement organization. 
The club was very active hearing speakers such 
as Mary Jarrett, Barry Pain, chief constable of 
Kent, England; and F. Lee Bailey. ALE held a field 
trip to LaGrange and Jefferson County Police 
Departments in the fall and sponsored a 
Christmas party for the children of Madison 
County Foster Parents Association. They held 
their annual Career Day in which Federal, State, 
and Local law enforcement agencies came to 
Eastern to recruit students to their departments. 
The Association also conducted a four day Bicy- 
cle Registration Program in co-operation with 
Eastern's Department of Public Safety. Besides 



these activities, ALE held a fall hayride. Spring 
Social, car washes, parties, and banquets. 



ABOVE: ASSOCIATION OF LAW ENFORCEMENT. Front Row: Samuel 
Crawford, Daria F. Wise, Thomas J. Simmons, Jeffrey M. Rimel, Pam A. 
Collins, Karen S. Fretz, Cheryl A. Frazier, sergeant-at-arms; Kimberly 
lean Barker, secretary; Tommie Thomasson, treasurer; Aileen McKitrIc, 
Peggy S. Bruno, Kenny J. Merideth, vice-preiident. Second Row: 
Lynnette R, Bakken, Laurie L. Helgren, James C. Baldwin, John W. Cruse, 
R. Steven Crimes, Robert L. Sallade, Paul T. Schum, Frank R. Walters, 
pres/dent. Third Row: Lawrence A. Burnett, David Crafton, Mary Kim 
Miller, Gregory Scott Shave, Melinda J. Fields, Mary Fogarty, Rena 
Cargle, Veda White, Valerie L. Herb, Joan Elliott. Fourth Row: Berl Per- 
due, Jr., Decbert Dean Turner, Ronald S. Bates, Richard L. Brumfield, 
Michael Sweeney, Mark A. Smith, Donald K. Curry, Cathy CampopI, 
Rodney S. Douglas, Vicki Doolin. Fifth Row: Jeffery K, Smith, Craig G. 
Hege, Timothy E. Clark, Daniel H. Davis, Dennis J. Wine, John D. Palillo, 
Jr., Mark Prosser. BELOW: This beautiful lake enhances the setting for 
law enforcement studies. 




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MP's Receive 
Practical Experience 

The Military Police Company is an organiza- 
tion whose purpose is twofold: first, to serve the 
university community, and military science 
department through traffic control, color 
guards, and other requested duties; the second 
is to offer brotherhood and sisterhood to all of 
it's members. 

Members benefit by gaining experience in 
military and law enforcement related activities. 
The Military Police Company gave instruction in 
small fire arms firing and in traffic control to its 
members. The organization also provided blood 
for the Bloodmobile, provided traffic control for 
the city, and supplied color guards for com- 
munity functions. The Military Police also par- 
ticipated in a field training exercise. 




TOP: MILITARY POLICE. Front Row: Captain Robert Ezell, advisor; 
Debbie Noe, Debbie Talley, Darlene Bailey, Gary Shaffer s-3 ops, Steve 
Pinter s-3 tng. Second Row: Don Pillow, Marshall McCallum, Harold 
Root, Randy Pridemore, Patrick A. Pujda, Todd R. Smith, commanding 
officer. Third Row: Lynn Cross, Devin Luper, Thaddeus J. Ziarkowski, 
Mark C. Compston, Warren Meadows, Laura E. Hellard, Brian S. Sewell. 
Fourth Row: John E. Homan, supply sergeant: Richard A. Wilson, Jr., 
Gary D. Dotson s-7, personnel; David M. Kennedy, executive officer; 
Barry Gray, Robert A. Eiferst, James L. Howard, David J. Tobergte. 
ABOVE: Directing traffic is one of the many jobs which military police 
cadets do during the year; their busiest time is when students come back 
to school in fall. 



Organizations/Military 267 



Groups Help With Jerry Lewis Telethon 



Representing Eastern Kentucky University on 
the national collegiate level at military drill com- 
petitors are the Pershing Rifles. The military 
oriented fraternity is a fine drill team holding 
the John Archer Memorial Award, Honor Com- 
pany Second Battalion, and Honor Company 
First Regiment. 

The purpose of the Pershing Rifles is to 
provide leadership, discipline, and military 
learning. To achieve this purpose the Pershing 
Rifles provide social functions, travel oppor- 
tunities, and an atmosphere of brotherhood. 
Serving the school and community the PR's 
provide a detail at home football games, work at 
the Jerry Lewis Telethon, serve as guides for 
band day, and usher at the Founders Day Din- 

The female counterpart are the Valianettes. 
They are a drill team which provides sisterhood, 
fosters the same purposes, and participate in 
similar competitive events as the PR's. 



BELOW: Front Row: Maj. Donald Brunner, advisor; Missy Melville, 
commander — Valianettes: Jeannine Krebs, Debbie Noe, |o Ann 
Rulledge, Donna Lantz, Kathy Lantz, Cpf. Osborne, asst. advisor. Second 
Row: Gary Whitehead, company commander; Debbie Newton, Bredgett 
Lantz, Belinda Wilson, Vickie Wolfhurst, Mary Stockton. Third Row: 
Mark Hester, Steve Ginn, Kathy Whitehead, Tera Daughtery, Mike 
Monihan, Jeff Brock. Fourth Row: Bill Arthur, Aaron Mahan, Kurt 
Seebold, Mike Rogers, Jim Morrow, Chris Kelley. RIGHT: The PR's 
represent the color guard for the home football games. 




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Semper Fidelis — ROTC Play Football 




Semper Fidelis is an active 
group of men at EKU in- 
terested in aspects of tfie U.S. 
Marine Corps. Members profit 
from a more intensive educa- 
tion dealing with defense 
structure and otfier activities 
concerning the Marines. 
Organizational benefits range 
from extra recreation- 
oriented duties and physical 
fitness development, to a uni- 
que bond of fellowship. Plans 



for a community footrace are 
on the boards as a service pro- 
ject for the club. Semper 
Fidelis played football against 
EKU's ROTC and also ran the 
U.S. flag in a memorial run 
relay from Richmond to 
Frankfort. 

The Association of the Un- 
ited States Army is an ROTC 
Co-Curricular ogranization. 
It's purposes were for ROTC 
cadets to find incentives for 




increasing their military skills, 
to receive information about 
the position of the Army, and 
to come in contact with other 
cadets and military personnel. 

The members learned more 
about the Army and it's 
defenses. They increase their 
military skills and knowledge. 
The Association held it's an- 
nual basketball tournament 
and took it's annual trip to the 
nation's capitol, Washington, 
D.C. 



TOP: SEMPER FIDELIS SOCIETY. Front Row: 

Harry W. Farmer, secretary: David 1. Breen, 
president; Bert J. Scallon, vice-president: Bill 
Cradel, treasurer. Second Row: Lieutenant 
Richard C. Roten, L'SA/C; Robert Ashlev 
Ballard, Al Stone, Bart J. Leist, James G. Rouse, 
Thomas Francis Panv, Steven J. Damico, John 
M. Clubb, Barry Teater, Russell J. Atanasio, 
CVSC7 William T. Beane, i'SMC. LEFT: 
ASSOCIATION OF THE UNITED STATES 
ARMY. Front Row: Cpt. T. Smith, faculty ad- 
visor: FHolly Rodriquez, Randolph Reed, com- 
pany commander: Daniel S. Glab, company 
X.V.; Clenda Parker, 1st sergeant: Trulv Fair, 
financp officer. Second Row: George A. 
Railev Jr., Gary R. Sizemore, Bob Edwards, 
Dan Simpson, Wes Dirdler, Bruce A. Murph\. 
Back Row: Curtis J. Tinker, Jackie J. Bryant. 



Organizations,''Militar\ 269 



Clubs Promote Action In Development 



The Recreation Club is 

organized to bring together 
interested people in the 
recreation and park profes- 
sion. The club was designed to 
aid the personal and 
professional developments of 
these students within a social- 
academic atmosphere. 

Field trips included a back- 
packing excursion to the Red 
River Gorge, and a spelunking 
outing at Mammoth Cave. 

The Chosun Cats is a Co- 
curricular Military Science and 
ROTC organization. Their pur- 
pose is to provide each mem- 
ber with knowledge and 
proficiency in Taekwondo, a 
martial art, to achieve har- 
mony of mind, body, and the 
physical world; and to 
develop a strong unity be- 
tween the members. The 
organization taught modesty, 
confidence, perserverance, 
self-control, and leadership. 

The Chosun Cats conducted 
demonstrations for Cub 




Scouts and 
ROTC Day. 



performed at 



ABOVE: RECREATION CLUB. Front Row: 

Steve Saunders, Kathy Cragg, V;ce-Pres;den(; 
Elizabeth Magura, Treasurer; Jenifer Cloutier, 
President: Deborah Wildman, Secrefary; 
Susan D. Roberts, K.S.R.P.S. Rep.; Paul Buser. 
Second Row: Marion W. Ogden, Advisor; 
lulia Glacken Faehr, Publicity Chairman; 
Sandra E. Patrey, Christy Parsons, Vicki E. Sid- 
ders, Robert W. Schnebly, Paul F. Webster, 
Cindy Kern, David DeCuir, diairman Project 
Servicer. Third Row: Bruce Creech, M. Cathy 
Clark, Gail Jones, Dionne F. Smith, Nannette 
Schamaun, Carol Diem, Alice Beresford. 



BELOW: TAEKWONDO CHOSUN CATS. 
Front Row: Thomas Rottinghaus, President; 
Robbie K. FHall, Vice-President; Marjorie Tuss- 
ing. Treasurer; Christopher Godfrey, 
Personnel; Marc Frevola. Second Row: Essie 
Smith, Cheryl Dapper, Faith Y. Johnson, 
Richard D. Welch, Kevin D. Flowers, Jocelyn 
L. Roberts, Jeannie Royan, Cindy Randolph, 
Daria L. Wise. Third Row: Robin Brewer, 
Brenda Paige, Terry Landrum, John Kennedy, 
Gary A. Goodman, Jim FHorn, Bart Leist, Lynne 
M. Thompson. 









270 Organizations/Activity 



Organizations Broaden Members Lives 




Physical Education Majors 
and Minors club helps to place 
its members in the education 
field, give them experience, 
and tries to raise professional 
standards and ethics. 

Each year there is a Health, 
Physical Education, and 
Recreational convention, 
vi'hich enables the members of 
these three groups to get 
together and combine the 
ideas of each into a 
meaningful whole. This past 
year the PEMM Club at- 
tempted to change the 
curriculum, making male and 
female standards equal in the 
eucational field. 

The Fellowship of Christian 
Athletes has as its purpose 
to confront athletes and 
coaches, and through them 
the youth of the nation v^ith 
the challenge of accepting 
Jesus Christ as Saviour and 
Lord. During the year they en- 
tertained speakers and films, 
and helped underprivileged 
children by taking them to 



ballgames. They raked leaves 
for elderly people as their 
community project. 



ABOVE: PHYSICAL EDUCATION MAJORS 
AND MINORS. Front Row: Fred E. Darling, 
Co-Chairman Departmen( of Physical 
Education: Myra J. Hulett, Secretary; Doug 
Salle, Treasurer; Amy Sue Reilly, Vice- 
President; Terry Dailey, Hyper- 
Representative; Diane Shewmaker, President; 
Ann Uhler, Co-Chairman Department of 
Physical Education; Lee Gentry, Advisor. 
Second Row: Kevin Whiteman, Carol 
Bramschreiber, Margaret Baumer, Nancy 
Stoekle, Virginia N. )inks. Assistant Professor; 
Mike Conn, Odell Phillips, Professor; Ray D. 
House, Chris Miller, Debbie Niles, Stan 
Hewett, Mark Sullivan, Cinny Bailey. Third 



Row: Wanda Curtsinger, Lisa Pequignat, 
lanice Page, Liz Brewer, Nancy Lang, Carol 
Mesley, Laura Briggs, Debbie Luttrell, Neda 
Messer, Iris Amos, Mary S. Nicholas, Doris 
Venezie. 



BELOW: FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIAN 
ATHLETES. Front Row: John Harkey, Vice- 
President; Elizabeth Mills, President; Bruce 
Cox, Vice-President; Rhonda Wilkerson, 
Secretary-Treasurer; Gary Ford, Co-Vice- 
President; Tim Frommeyer, Co-Vice- 
President. Second Row: Pat Ferry, Fred Sar- 
necky, Steve Frommeyer, Brad Burch, David 
Cole, Alex Dalzell, Stephen Craves. Third 
Row: Brenda Bacon, Beverly Schultz, Shawn 
Smith, Cinny FHarville, Laura Spencer, Julie 
Winslow. 





BSU Stresses Christian Fellowship 



Christian fellowship is the main goal of the 
Baptist Student Union on Eastern's Campus. Ac- 
tivities on campus such as workshops, Bible 
Study, ministry and social life provide the mem- 
bers with enrichment within themselves and 
fellow members. 

The B.S.U. provides a variety of ministries to 
the community. These include nursing home 
visitations, and afternoon children's program, a 




ministry to high school students, and a prison 
ministry. Small performing groups are also a 
pleasant event for churches and club programs. 



ABOVE: BAPTIST STUDENT UNION. Front Row: Helen Hornsby, Vicki 
Kenworthy, Gwendolyn Wilson, Linda Collinsworth, Katharine Gragg, 
Janet Comer, Ruthie Aelkins, Lottie Yvonne Townsend, Kathy Abies, 
Jenifer Matracia, soprano choir assistant; Mary Linda Cosby, Mirando 
McGee, Patti Faesy, Diane Baker. Second Row: Lisa M. Bush, Deborah A. 
Van Arsdel, Rita L. Haubner, missions coordinator; Debra Lyn Meets, 
communications coordinator; Bonnie Karen Northevtt, Monieca K. 
Adams, Melinda M. Turner, Rita Vanover, Teresa Renee Cain, Karen L. 
Spegal, Laurel L. Martin, women's recreation coordinator; Ginger A. 
Murphy, Zella N. Butler, Yolonda S. Lysle, Janice R. Burns, Jennifer R. 
Mills, Diane L. Click. Third Row: Michael Dick, Leonard Hornsby, 
William Sills, Debbie Stevens, Lisa Logsdon, Barbara Lee, Ida L. Slusher, 
Tanya Johns, Sandra D. Hayes, Rose M. Skaggs, vice-president; Molly K. 
Kirkvifood, Kimberly A. Combs, Janet Lynn Riddell, Janer Karen Head, 
Mary Ann Bratcher, Nancy E. Hamilton, Jan Shoemaker, Beth Hippe. 
Fourth Row: Dale Adkins, Kevin Beasley, Marl Beasley, Janis L. Plummer, 
Rebekaly Kahne, Lisa Smoot, Susan Carlock, Nancy Anne Johnson, Con- 
nie R. Ross, international student coordinator; Anne Elaine Foy, Mark 
Logsdon, assistant director choir; Darby D. Sparks. Fifth Row: Mark C. 
Harris, David T.Y. Wong, Thomas "Butch" Adkins, Donald K. Curry, 
Franklin E. Howe, Jr., Timothy A. Crouch, David E. Sparks, Dane S. Snow- 
den, Kevin E. Kinman, Marc C. Whitt, James A. Wilder, Philip C. Cheap, 
men's recreation coordinator; W. Mark Snowden, Michael Row Wilder, 
John A. Martin, Kentucky State Baptist Student Union president; 
Stephen R. Blair. LEFT: The BSU clowns greet Homecoming parade spec- 
tators. 



272 Organizations/Religious 



Methodist Center Stresses Involvement 




The United Methodist Campus Center, a 

religious service organization, was established 
to maintain a Methodist Ministry for the Eastern 
Kentucky University community. 

Benefits for the members were threefold: The 
center sponsored social and spirital fellowship 
opportunities; encouraged educational involve- 
ment, and provided recreation. 

As a service organization UMCC involved it- 
self in such projects as Adopt-a-house, UNICEF 
collections, and regular visits to nursing homes. 
Members traveled to churches throughout Ken- 
tucky to sing, and spread the good news. 



TOP: UNITED METHODIST CAMPUS CENTER. Front Row: Penny 
Newell, co-publicity chairman: Sharon Wells, Laura Brussee, freshman 
coordinator: Nancy Azbell, Sandy Suerdick, women's intramural direc- 
tor. Second Row: Jo Lynn Norfleet, Caria J. Doyle, Timothy L. Hewlett, 
David R. Andes, special program: Karen E. Hargan, choir director; 
Michael Scott Richardson, president: Kristin J. Hamilton, vice-president: 
Debbie Call, Vicki Leathers. Third Row: Helen C. Harney, Rebecca A. 
Driesman, Peggy Simpson, Paul Travis, PHT: Lynne D. Guernsey, Eva F. 
Heimerdinger, Wanda Curtsinger, Lou Anne Edelen, community action; 
Vicki A. Smith, Lisa Jean Karnes, Gene Strange, director. Fourth Row: 
Myron Harrod, K.K. Cooper, worship co-chairperson; Laura Quinn, Kirk 




W. Hamilton, UPHT; CarIa Ginn, food chairman; Diane Derrick, Martin 
D. East, Raymond L. Hedman, Brock R. Covington, Eugene Strange, 
director and minister. Fifth Row: Mark A. Suter, Harold David Williams, 
men's intramurals; Barbara C. Curtsinger, Rick Preston, Charlee Fegan, 
co-chairman publicity: John Clay. ABOVE: A band entertains the crowd 
at a Methodist gathering. This is only one of their many special events. 



Organizations/Religion 273 



Clubs Provide Services 
For Schools and Public 



The Women's Officiating Service is a service 
club dedicated to improving female sports 
programs. The WOS prepares officials for events 
on and off campus. 

The WOS helped the Intramural Department 
officiate the intramural games which gave mem- 
bers experience. They also held workshops and 
clinics for improvement of officiating skills and 
worked with the Women's Volleyball Team as 
auxiliary officials. 

Circle K is a community service organization 
with the theme "impact of life." 

The club is very active in the community, 
helping the Kiwanis raise money and assisting in 
a Halloween party for the Telford Center. They 
have regular visits to the Shriners' Children 
Hospital and new this year was toy making for 
underprivileged children. They also hold an an- 
nual Easter egg hunt. In the spring they go to 
their International and District Conventions. 

ABOVE: WOMEN'S OFFICIATING SERVICE. Front Row: Angela F An- 
derson, Vice-President; Lee Ann Martindale, Preiident; Rita Kay Taylor, 
Publicity; Wanda ). Curtsinger, Clinic Coordinator; Brenda Magee, 
Secretary. Second Row: Carol Bramschreiber; Loretta Coughlin, 
Treasurer; Normandie May, Mary McQuade. Third Row: Peggy Mith, 
Myra J. Hulett, Amy Sue Reilly. Fourth Row: Julie Metzmeier, Nancy C. 
Wingate, Duanna M. Taylor, Gretchen Minton. Fifth Row: Dawn M. 
Aldridge, Margaret M. Baumer, Adrianne Hughes, Nancy Stoectte. 




BELOW: CIRCLE K. Front Row: Kathy J. Whitehouse, fxecutiVe Board; 
Lewis Lambert, £xecu(/Ve Governor Kentucky District; Donna C. 
Whitehouse, Vice-President; Kathy Abies, Secretary-Treasurer; Rita 
Vanover, President; Michael Roy Wilder, Sergeant-at-Arms; Andrea 
Zubeck, Lisa Fox. Second Row: Jimmy L. Renfrew, Elmo E. Moretz, Brian 
Blair, Gwendolyn Wilson, Leslie A. Wade, Karen S. Fretz, Wanda S. 
Zottman, Helen Baxter, Patricia Scott, Deboraha VanArsdel, Marianne 
Baker, Lisabeth L. Wray, Eugenia A. Marvurger, Phyllis Howard, Melinda 
Turner, Joe Sutton. 




274 Organizations/Service 



KDT's Sponsor Girl Scout Troop 



Kappa Delta Tau is a service organization 
made up of women who benefit the campus and 
community. They worked several projects: 
collecting money for UNICEF, sponsoring a Girl 
Scout Troop, assisting the Red Cross Blood 
Mobile, holding parties at Willis Manor and 
caroling at various hospitals. 

The sorority's major project was helping their 
sister, Judy Aaron, who was injured in a car acci- 
dent. They offered their moral support and 
funds for her hospital care. On campus they 
helped with Homecoming, student elections 
and served at numerous banquets. They are also 
active in Greek sponsored events and in- 
tramurals. Their Spring Formal was held at the 
Campbell House in Lexington. 



BOTTOM: KAPPA DELTA TAU. Front Row: Cindy Slaughter, Mary Wells, 
Diana Compton, Susie Hancock, Amy Topper, Laura Whitfield, Robin 
Wolfe, Cheryl Martin. Second Row: Ronda Rennirt, Cwen Ashcraft, 
corresponding secretary; Kay Huelskamp, financial chairman; Elizabeth 
Karsner, service chairman; Colleen Coburn, historian; Donna Fultz, vice- 
president; Kathy Ison, president; Sharon Lawrence, pledge chairman; 
Kathie Philpott, recording secretary; Sandy Hodge, publicity chairman; 
Treva Mullins, chaplain; Beth Lessard, social chairman; Sally Frazier, 
recreation chairman; Dana Noel. Third Row: Mary McQuade, Sharon 



Rusterholz, Mary Jo Campbell, Deborah D. Casey, Lisa Neff, Patricia 
Sebastian, Brenda Kaye Couch, Mary )ane Killen, Diane E. Hancock, 
lanet D. Craig, Renee Cabal, Debra A. Corbin, Kimberly ). Adkins, 
Cynthia L. White, Kimberlee Shibinski, Wyndee K. Ezell, Mary Mackson. 
Fourth Row: )ill L. Overman, Jenifer Cloutier, Shelley J. Steele, Linda 
Hamilton, Paulette Johnson, Kimberly Lyons, Mary Curry, Tonita Darrett, 
Pat Brindley, Katherine Campbell, Kimberly Jones, Lynn Booth, Paula 
Mullins. BELOW: Amy Topper and Ginny Civens serve at the Madrigal 
Freaste. This is only one service project the KDT's participated in. 





Organizations/Service 275 



University Ensemble Presents Concerts 



BELOW: UNIVERSITY ENSEMBLE. Front Row: 

Bennie A. Mabson, Simon Peter Mabson, 
director: Joyce Kinley, Anitha Smith, Denise 
C. Wright, Gail Thomas, Isham S. Corderly, 
preiidenl. Second Row: Margaret A. Robin- 
son, Martha T. Morton, Felicia I. Massey, 
Denise A. Wilson. Third Row: Roxzedena 
Story, Karen A. Lawrence, Alice L. Stoner, 
Faith Y. Johnson, Brenda L. Maxwell. Fourth 
Row: Gerald F^. Johnson, Sherre L. Smith, 
Joseph C. Jackson, Gerard L. Norwood, Mark 
Luper, Mel Walker, Barnett Weathers, Rodney 
H. Mills, Victor L. Jackson, Ronald Mack. 
RIGHT: The University Ensemble performed 
at the Martin Luther King Memorial service 
field at the Meditation Chapel. This was the 
first memorial service for Dr. King. 





The University Ensemble is 

an organization which sings 
Black Gospel Music; it is not 
connected with the University 
Music Department. The pur- 
pose of the University Ensem- 
ble is to promote and serve 
the brotherhood of all 
mankind; to disseminate and 
maintain the tradition of Black 



religious music, and to give 
the college student the oppor- 
tunity to enjoy it. 

Academics are stressed and 
those in need of help are 
assisted by members of the 
group. Helping students stay 
in contact with the church by 
doing programs each Sunday 



is a main concern of the En- 
semble. 

They also sing in the com- 
munity and travel throughout 
the region. They represented 
Eastern at the National Black 
College Gospel Choir 
Workshop in Atlanta in the 
Spring. 



276 Organizations/Productions 



The Art Students Associa- 
tion is a club designed to 
promote the further produc- 
tion of the fine arts. The club 
organized trips to museums 
and artistic events as well as 
club get togethers. They 
planned to paint a mural in 
downtown Richmond to 
promote an understanding of 
artistic endeavors. 

The Eastern Dance Theatre 
produced two concerts this 
year, and performed at high 
schools and colleges. The 
dance club also helped 
celebrate National Dance 
Week by giving a concert and 
publicizing it. 

The Eastern Dance Theatre 
offers men and women stu- 
dents the opportunity for 
creative dance, study, com- 
position, and performance. It 
also stimulates interest in ar- 
tistic and creative dance, while 
fostering in the community an 
understanding of dance as an 
art form. 




Arts Promoted on Campus 




ABOVE: ART STUDENTS ASSOCIATION. 
Front Row: Ramona Prater, president; John 
Howard, senate representative; Jessica Roit- 
man, Cindy Dewey, John Dewey, Stephanie 
Redman. Second Row: Rhonda Karen Mar- 
cum, vice-president; Barbara Ann Shepherd, 
Moira Dempsey, Joni Carlos, Ricky Steve Cox, 
Anne Chamberlin. Third Row: Kathy Jensen, 
Kirk Denny, treasurer; Steven Dempsey, 
executive publicity person. Fourth Row: 
Donald Dewey, faculty advisor; Lisa Martin. 
LEFT: DANCE THEATER. Front Row: Toni Tur- 
nipseed, Kay Queen. Second Row: Patricia 
Ann Hager, Tina Lester, Margaret Lewis, .^pril 
L. Ignacio, Virginia Nill Jinks, advisor. Third 
Row: Lynn Stone, Sandra Cochran, VVilla 
Hayes, Margaret A. Robinson. Fourth Row: 
Stephen King, Joan M. Howe, Judith C. 
Richardson, Joan Kleparek, Jane Rolfsen, 
Dana Dupuy. Fifth Row: Michael C. Stephens, 
Tammy K. McClain, secretary; Perri Palm, 
president; Fay Jean Morris, Gary LeMoyne, 
Avedon Pepperwick. 



Organizations/Productions 277 



FTD Sells Mums; Ag Wins Float 




The collegiate Florist 
Transworld Delivery Chapter 
promotes professionalism in 
horticulture, by keeping its 
members aware of rapid 
changes. FTD prepared stu- 
dents for work after college by 
placing members in positions 
at state parks. 

Members participated in 
plant day, football mums, and 
Valentine carnation sales. 

The Agriculture Club is a 
service organization aimed at 
bettering the Ag Department 
a nd provi ding a social 
organization for Agriculture 
students. 



The Ag Club sponsors trips 
to agricultural expositions for 
members; they also try and 
add improvements to the Ag 
building. They sponsored a 
cheese sale and firewood sale 
for a money-making project. 

The Ag Club participated in 
homecoming by winning 
second place on their float. 



ABOVE: FLORIST TRANSWORLD DELIVERY. 
Front Row: Tamara B. Hollister, Debbie J. 
Boggs, Juliana M. Jacober, Cynthia A. 
Hastings, Debra L. Mitchell, Laura Beth 
Parkison, Doug Morring. Second Row: Sandy 
Schatzman, Rose Juggle, Pam Barnes, Kim- 
berly Webster, Valerie Riggs, Richard A. 
Rushing, Vice-President; Cindy Willoughby, 
Preiident: Mark King, Secretary; Vicki Pigg, 



Jane Willoughby, Steve Black, Advisor. Third 
Row: Tom Knight, Advisor; Donna Roberts, 
Karen Coble, Donna Burks, Tom Ludwig, Jay 
Jungclas, Mary Dickerson, Susan Smith, 
Pamela M. Faulkner, Dee Lance, Greg Wilker- 
son, Karen Tysseling, Lynn Brumleve, Cinny 
Johnson, Lisa Davis, Kim Thrasher, Donna 
Huff. 



BELOW: AGRICULTURE CLUB. Front Row: 

Darby D. Sparks, Donna L. Roberts, Kim 
Adams, Reporter; Marsha Crabb, Treasurer; 
Jane Willoughby, Secretary; Janet Knight, 
Rick Norris, President. Second Row: Dr. 
Lindsey H. Horn, Advisor; Cindy Willoughby, 
Richard Rushing, Chuck Gibson, Doug Parke, 
Daniel L. Brough, Roy L. Martin, Thomas R. 
Perkins, Mark Stenberg, Mark King, Dr. D. G. 
Britt, Advisor. Third Row: Tim Brooks, Elvin 
Caldwell, Paul Kroth, Dan Minogue, Bobby 
Gregory, Anthony Witt, Mark Pate, Jim 
Stevens, Michael A. Brooks, Bobby D. Oliver. 




278 Organizations/FTD and Ag Club 



Catalina Swims 'Monopoly' 



The purpose of the Catalina 
Club is to provide creative ex- 
periences involving aquatic 
skills, rhythm, and design with 
opportunities to develop 
leadership, and co-operation. 

Tryouts were held in Sep- 
tember for any interested 
swimmers. Two workshops 
preceded tryouts in which 
prospects were taught some 



basic synchronized swimming 
techniques. 

This past year, the Catalina 
Club sponsored several 
money-making projects in or- 
der to attend the National In- 
stitute of Creative Aquatics 
Symposium held at Florida 
State University. The sym- 
posium increased their skills 
and introduced new ideas. 



The theme of the annual 
spring water show this year 
was "Monopoly." The perfor- 
mance pertained to the game 
Monopoly using certain deeds 
on the board as themes. A 
simulation of the actual play- 
ing of the game was portrayed. 
This original production re- 
quired months of practice and 
hard work and aid from their 
advisors. Dr. Kirkpatrick and 
Ms. Rosale Baretta. 




BELOW: CATALINA. Front Row: Lisa Hungler, 
Caria Doyle, linger McCormick, Lynn Doutaz, 
Nancy Stevens, Michelle M. Hendrickson, 
Julie L. Brown. Second Row: Barb Sharizer, 
)ane Rolfsen, Kay Harrison, Leanne Pullins, 
Joyce Wilhelmi, Mary Joanne Hite, Diane 
Shewmaker, Carrie Utter, Debbie Wiard, Kim 
Biackman, CarIa Suerdieck, Secretary; Lee 
Ann Love, Treasurer; Sherry Tyler, Vice- 
President; Joyce Young, President; Dot 
Kirkpatrick, Advisor. LEFT: A star formation 
takes hours of practice to perfect for Catalina 
members. 



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TOP: RIFLES. Left to Right: Jim Bates, Matt 
Helmes, Doreena Fox, Keith Dawson. ABOVE: 
BRASS. Front Row: David Hadden, Randy 
Webb, Tim Hagan, Brian Brown, George Win- 
frey, Peggy Hord, Sharon Renaker, Debbie 
Renaker, Larry Griffin, Carl Hines, Mark 
Chastain, Vince Chrisman, Lori Butler, 
Michael Dick, William Haydon. Second Row: 
Brenda Bacon, Susan Bruce, Cassie Robinson, 
Mary Wieliczko, Laurie Edmonds, Elizabeth 
Carruba, Debbie Gers, Sammy Hart, Larry Bar- 



ton, Randy Blankenship, Frank Repper, 
Edward Bell, Brian Hultz, Jack Martin, Tom 
Duff. Third Row: William Parris, Betty Lawson, 
Kim Laughner, Terri Russell, Nancy Fischer, 
Kim FHaun, Stuart Reedy, Dale Noe, Ronald 
Smith, David Kaldenberg, Andy FHinton, Dow- 
ney Ward, Marc Whitt, Craig Harmon, Keith 
Dawson. Fourth Row: Randall Allen, Kirby 
Kemble, Dave Webber, Brian Elliott, Brad 
Kramer, Dave Reister, Susan Duvall, Bob King, 



Cindy Cash, Jimmy Griffin, Leigh Ann Barker. 
Fifth Row: Jeff Williams, Cindy Hufford, 
Timothy Yehle, Sandy Suerdick, Tami Miles, 
Jeffrey Graham, Bill Hendricks, Tammy 
Moores. Sixth Row: Greg Smith, Daryl Tem- 
ple, William Bradley, Jim Sanger, Robert 
Mergargel, Daniel Pfiefer, Daniel Walters, 
Melissa Bryan, Jeff Murphy, John Well, Jr., 
Scott Brehm, John Berry, Ricky Pickens. 



280 Organization/Band 



New Look With Rifle Corp 




The 1978-79 Marching 

Maroons added a little ex- 
citement to their already out- 
standing halftime shows. A Ri- 
fle Corps was installed as a 
permanent member of the 
Band's Company. The band 



performed at each of Eastern's 
home football games and 
traveled to the Western game. 
Under the direction of Robert 
Hartwell the band did halftime 
shows pertaining to, best sell- 
ing movies and the craze 




'disco'. They also featured the 
alumni during the Homecom- 
ing game after marching in the 
annual parade. 



ABOVE: WOODWINDS. Front Row: Susan 
Thomas, Luann Morris, George Railey, Phil 
Jones, lane Robinson, )eff Root, Gary Hillock, 
Debbie Simpson, David Meredith, Sharon 
Horn, Terrell Holbrook. Second Row: Linda 
Kern, Leslie Morgan, Amv Crouch, Julie 
Emery, Andrea Norris, Barbara Lies, Melanie 
Curry, Kathy Collins, Sally Lemert, Becky Gor- 
bandt. Third Row: Gay Beglev, Cathy DeVVitt, 
Mary Linda Cosby, Susan Gibbs, Bettv Miller, 
Janet Jeanes, Cheryl Hedges, Susan Edwards, 
Pauletta Burns, Julie Brown. Fourth Row: Jim 
Bates, Valerya Hyrne, Yvonne Scott, Kathy 
Gifford, Donna Horton, Toska Skaggs, Charles 
Cold, Leslie Bergdoll, Terri Tuggle, Melinda 
Wise LEFT: PERCUSSION. Front Row: Lisa 
Stevens, Kermit Olive. Second Row: Lori 
Bredemeyer, Rob Hearing, Da\id Pavne. Third 
Row: Stacy Dawson, Betty Jo Hill, Judy Patrick. 
Fourth Row: Don Smith. Fifth Row: Jerry 
Wade, Jim Sanger, Robie Wood, Garv Curry, 
Rick Clayburn, Rodney Taylor, Rickie Mann. 



Organization/Band 281 



Added Attractions Brighten Up 



Kim Bledsoe, the Marching Maroons Featured 
Twirler exhibits her skills at twirling for each 
halftime show. She performs to the music of the 
band and works with the majorettes. 

These sequin beauties make-up EKU ma- 
jorettes. They travel with the band and entertain 
the crowd with a different routine for every 
tune the band plays. 



LEFT: FEATURED TWIRLER. Kim Bledsoe. BELOW: MAJORETTES. Front 
Row: Kathy Madden, Robin Madden, Cheryle Webb, Marcel Smith, 
Jenny Henson. Second Row: Dana Noel, Leanne Pullins, Sandy Hodge, 
Christi Bryan, Paulette Johnson. 




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282 Organizations/Band 



Halftime Performances 







Nineteen members make up the Flag Squad 
which practices daily with the Marching 
Maroons and perform at halftime of every foot- 
ball game. These girls center their routines 
around the various themes the band uses to en- 
tertain the crowds at Eastern's football games. 

The Marching Maroons are led by the field 
direction of Kim Hiles and Leslie Berkshire. 
Working hard with director Robert Hartwell 
these girls provide leadership within the band, 
and add an extra entertaining touch to the, 
band's shows. 



TOP: Front Row: Yvuonne Wulfekams, Stephanie Slattery, Robin 
Johnson, Debbie l_ane. Second Row: Diana Faust, Alice Squires, Anda 
Phoenix, Becky Franklin, Tracy Biddle, Kathy Hanks, Karen Pina. Third 
Row: Doreena Fox, Robin Baker, Tina Cummins, Melanee Buttery, |ulie 
Hopp, FHolly Leach, Mary Strodbeck, Elizabeth Anderson. LEFT: FIELD 
COMMANDERS. Kim Hiles and Leslie Berkshire. 




Organizations/Band 283 



Little Colonels Promote School Spirit 




The Little Colonels drill corps performed at 
basketball and football games at which they 
helped promote school spirit. The Little 
Colonels entertained the audience with their 
original routines done with precision as well as 
rhythm. This past year the girls sold programs at 
the games and worked "Career Day" at Frischs, 
where they worked as waitresses and dish- 
washers for three days. 



BELOW: LITTLE COLONELS. Front Row: Glenda Gayle Viars, Karen 
Lynne Hewitt, Victoria Duvall, Brenda Weist, Jill Hoineys, Maria Anne 
Lawson, captain; Donna Lynn Hitchcock, captain; Brenda Lee Marcum, 
Patricia )o Baer, Linda Kaye Wilson, )oan Carol Lewis, Mary Mayhugh. 
Second Row: Linda Miller, Cinda Phoenix, Linda Gossman, Sandra 
Brooks, Cheri Arave, Lori Warren, Charlsey Jump, Colleen Collins, Kay 
Akers, Cathy Dotson, Tammy Rodgers. ABOVE: Co-captains Donna 
Hitchcock and Maria Lawson show all interested girls the kicks of 
becoming a "Little Colonels." Tryouts are held during the first few weeks 
of school. 




284 Organizations/Drill Corps 



clubs Hold Musical Review Workshop 



The University Players 

conducted opening night 
receptions for each of the 
Theater Department's plays 
last year, and also produced 
their own musical review en- 
titled "Welcome to the 
Theater." Their faculty advisor 



directed and choreographed 
the review, which was presen- 
ted at Sutter's, and also at the 
Gifford Theater at a drama 
workshop for high schools. 

The Omicron Psi chapter of 
Phi Mu Alpha encouraged and 
promoted high standards of 




creativity, performance, 
education and research in 
music. 

The organization sponsored 
music workshops, and staged 
the Phi Mu Alpha Musical 
Variety Show. It also provided 
entertainment at various 
organizational functions. 



LEFT: UNIVERSITY PLAYERS. Front Row: Gary 
lones, Jackie Hall, Steve Connelly. Second 
Row: Robert Lee, Donna Kilgore, treasurer, 
Kathryn Morris, vice-president; James C. 
christian, advisor; Robert E. Sergent, Lowell 
Massey, Lois Hollon. Third Row: Leslie P. 
Truman, Billye Killman, Cynthia Bohn. 
BELOW: PHI MU ALPHA. Front Row: George 
A. Railey Jr., Kirk D. Denney, historian; Tom 
Cambron, education officer; Phil Jones, 
warden; John Berry, secretary; Timothy King, 
president; Thomas M. Troth, treasurer; 
Darrell Dav, Richard F. Yeager, faculty ad- 
visor. Second Row: Dean R. Johns, Larry Bar- 
ion, Jerry Wade, Bradley Krammer, Thomas 
Smith, Gregory E. Smith, Richard P. Rebilas. 
Third Row: Tim Hagan, Brian R. Brown, 
Robert W. Elliot, David J. Reister, James Bates, 
effrey D. Murphy, Ben Hayes. 



Milestone Staff Conquers Problems 



Producing a book of the size and scope of the 
1979 Milestone was a difficult task, but its 
editors knew this before they ever undertook 
the task of compiling the yearbook and so were 
prepared to work the long hours. However, they 
could not be prepared for the unforeseeable 
obstacles that made their jobs all the harder. 

Classes Editor Debbie Kegley, for instance, 
was not prepared when the studio hired to take 
pictures for her section sent those pictures back 
in such disorganization. Debbie and her staff 
spent many hours telephoning students to get 
information on their standing, majors and 
hometowns, all information that the studio was 
supposed to gather. 

Organizations Editor Jill Secrest had to put up 
with a lot of nonsense from the organizations in 
her section, and faced many headaches in 
scheduling pictures for each organization. 

Shelley Steele, Students Life Editor, sorted 
through thousands of pictures to find just the 



right ones for her section. 

Copy Editor Barry Miller waded through 
mountains of words, and tried to put them into 
some order. 

Academics Editor Kim Burns was plaqued by 
disappearing staff members; she had eleven 
staffers over the course of the year, few of 
whom she ever saw more than once. 

Kim Wharton, Index Editor, had to wait until 
the rest of the book was finished before she 
could do her job, and succeeded in her frantic 
rush to index the pages of the Milestone. 

Sports Editor Chris Elsberry claimed that he 
had no problems. 

And Editor-in-Chief Meg Hiles presided over 
the madness, trying to bring a method to it all. 
She faced disgruntled section editors, rebellious 
section editors, and discouraged section editors, 
helped them to finish their sections, and then 
united the sections into a book. 



a^arlotte 







ABOVE: Copy Editor Barry Miller and Layout Editor Matt Davies assist 
Ediior-in-Chief Meg Hiles in making some difficult decisions. 



285 Organizations/Publications 




TOP: Debbie Kegley, classes editor, and )ill Secrest, organizations editor, 
pick out candid shots for their section. RIGHT: Kym Wharton, index 
editor, and Kim Burns, academics editor, scan through masses of 
material to complete assigned areas. BELOW: Looking at slides is a 
tedious job in trying to select a quality picture for Shelly Steele, student 
life editor; and Chris Elsberry, sports editor. 




Organizations Publications 287 



Publications Mean Hard Work 



Larry Bailey, assistant direc- 
tor of public information, and 
Paul Lambert, University 
Photographer, headed the 
staff of photographers whose 
responsibility it was to capture 
the memories of 1978-79. The 
staff took and processed an 
unimaginable amount of 
prints so that the Milestone's 
editors could choose the best. 

Besides their work for the 
Milestone, the photographers 
took pictures for the Eastern 



RIGHT: PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF: Scott 
Adams, Doug Fruchtenicht, Jim Kelley, Con- 
nie Langlev, Steve Brown, Paul Lambert. 
BELOW: MILESTONE STAFF. Front Row: 

Linda Wells, Jill Secrest, organ/zafions editor; 
Debbie Kegley, daises editor; Meg Hiles, 
editor; Cheryl Hagadorn. Second Row: June 
Sargent, Linda McMann, Tory Bowman, Bar- 
bara King, Claudia Bokin, Greg Wilkerson, 
Laurie Ries, Winifred Wimberly, Shelly Steele, 
student life editor. Third Row: Matt Davies, 
layout editor; Chris Elsberry, sports editor; 
John Martin, Larry Bailey, advisor; Jim Austin, 
business manager; Barry Miller, copy editor; 
Kim Wharton, index editor; Lizbeth Keefe. 



Progress, and for other 
photographic projects. 

Editor Meg Hiles and her 
staff diligently worked to 
preserve the memories of the 
1978-79 school year in the 
fifty-sixth edition of the 
Milestone. Section editors met 
at the beginning of the year to 
plan the completion of their 
sections of the book. They 
were assisted by the Delmar 



Publishing company which of- 
fered their services. 

The long hours of dedicated 
work were culminated by dis- 
tributing books to the student. 
At the annual awards banquet. 
President J. C. Powell was 
presented with the official 
university copy; outstanding 
section editor, staff member 
and photographer awards 
were also given. 





students Publish Creative Literature 




The literary magazine Aurora published works 
by Eastern students, and was produced by a stu- 
dent staff. Members of this staff encouraged 
creative writing on campus then judged which 
manuscripts to accept. 

Aurora gave student writers an outlet for their 
creativity, while offering the Eastern community 
the opportunity to read the best in student 
writing. 

To promote a greater number of submissions, 
the magazine offered cash prizes. 

The Progress began the fall semester by in- 
troducing a new format and new features. The 
official student newspaper displayed weekly the 
hard work and talents of its student staff. 



The Progress kept such features as the "Peo- 
ple Poll" and "Forum" while adding a "P.S. Sec- 
tion" and coverage of city news. 

Paste-up sessions were no longer held in 
Richmond as the process was moved to 
Cynthiana. The sessions required hard work and 
were at time hampered by winter weather. 

In the end, the staff produced a fine publica- 
tion showing their efforts to give students an in- 
formative and reliable newspaper. 



TOP: AURORA. Front Row: Shelby White, Patricia Hays, William Sutton, 
/ciru/(y jdvisor; Donna Tucker, Steve Cambron. BELOW: PROGRESS. 
Front Row: C, Scott Mindrum, Sarah Warren, Mark Turner, Cinny Eager. 
Second Row: Don McNay, Nancy Hathayvay, Dawn Perry, Colin Oliver, 
Chris Elsberry, Third Row: Robin Pater, Valerie Holmes, Lisa Renshaw. 
Fourth Row: Matthew Durham, Larry Bernard, Ken Tingley. 




Progress Editors Overcome Obstacles 



The pressure of putting out a weekly 
newspaper is constant; it builds as deadline 
nears, and then when the final product comes 
out, the editors barely have time to catch their 
breath before they start again from scratch on 
the next week's edition. Fitting all the news into 
just a few pages, keeping up a staff ("attrition is a 
major factor," said Editor Mark Turner), and 
traveling to Cynthiana each week to print the 
paper were just a few of the obstacles Eastern 
Progress editors faced. 

Besides these problems faced by the editors 
collectively, each editor encountered individual 
problems. 

Managing Editor Elizabeth Palmer-Ball had to 
keep the copy flowing, and worried weekly 
about layout and photos. 

Sarah Warren, News Editor, faced the 
problem of deciding what news was to be in- 
cluded, and what was to be left out, a difficult 
task when she had the added problem of cram- 
ming a week's worth of news into a few pages. 



Features Editor Ginny Eager covered per- 
sonalities and that was a monumental task on 
this campus. 

Jim Thomason, Business Manager, dealt with 
all the financial aspects, a crucial part of any 
publication. 

Robin Pater was faced with the challenge of 
covering over 100 organizations on merely one 
page. 

Sports Editor Ken Tingley had three pages in 
which to cover the Eastern sports world. 

Arts Editor Larry Bernard was in the midst of 
constant controversy. Speaking out frankly con- 
cerning the state of the arts at Eastern, Bernard's 
criticism gained him critics of his own. 

Besides writing weekly editorials. Editor Mark 
Turner directed the operation of putting the 
paper to press. 



BELOW: Ell/jbelh Palmer-Ball, managing editor; Mark Turner, editor- 
in-chief: and Sarah Warren, news editor, check over some last minute 
details before the paper goes to print. 




290 Organizations/Publications 





TOP LEFT: Jim Tomason, advertising editor; and Colin 
Oliver, assistant business manager; converse over the 
possible advertising layouts. ABOVE: Ginny Eager, 
features editor; Lisa Renshaw, city editor, and Ken 
Tingley, sports editor, hurry to finish their deadlines. 
LEFT: Larry Bernard, art editor, and Robin Pater, 
organization editor, discuss possible stories for the up- 
coming week. 



Organizations/Publications 291 



Greek Life Provides Fulfilling 



Becoming involved w/ith the Greek system at 
Eastern Kentucky University is one u'ay in which 
students are able to achieve their sought-after 
expectations of college life. Being a member of 
the fraternity or sorority of ones choice is a 
fulfilling experience. Growth, leadership, and 
responsibility center around all Greeks' goals. 

1978-1979 found many Greeks celebrating 
their 10th Anniversary. Dinners, parties and get 
togethers were held to welcome back their 
founders. Many changes have taken place in the 
last ten years concerning Greek involvement: 

The chance to express oneself whether it is in 
the field of altruism, service, athletics, arts or 
scholastic achievement has made it possible 
through involvement with not only one's own 
affiliation but with the entire Greek system. 



TOP RIGHT: Celebrating their victory, these Delta Sig's hold their first 
place Lambda Chi Watermelon Bust trophy high. RIGHT: Greeks along 
with their banners make up the crowd at the pep rally before the first 
home football game against East Tennessee during Sigma Chi Derby 
Week. BELOW: Searching for golf balls in this huge mud pit is one event 
of the KA Ole South Week, OPPOSITE PAGE. TOP LEFT: Beta, Joe Orren- 
der and Pike, Mike Parker watch as Theta Chi, Robert Crapsey empties his 
bottle of cider. The cider chug is held during SAE County Eair. TOP 
RIGHT: As these ADPi's sit at their display table in the Jaggers room they 
wait for potential rushees. MIDDLE RIGHT: KA Ole 
South looks much like the Indv 500 as these sorority 
girls start out in the go-cart race. The Theta's went on 
to win first place in the sorority division. BOTTOM 
LEFT: Amy Sherman leads as Barbara Brinigar waltzes 
to Kappa Delta's second round rush party 
"Broadway". Fall rush is a time for sororities to meet 
new friends and acquire new pledges. BOTTOM 
RIGHT: Alpha Gam's JoAnn Corum takes a mighty 
swing which helps put them in first place for their 
own Softball tournament. 





Experiences For Eastern's Students 




Organizations/Greeks 293 



Panhellenic And IFC Foster Growth 



Panhellenic and the 
Interfraternity Council served 
as the governing bodies of 
sororities and fraternities. Pan- 
hellenic's purpose v^/as to 
promote, develop and main- 
tain sorority life and inter- 
sorority relations. These goals 
were accomplished through 
various leadership, social ser- 
vice, and scholastic programs. 

The Interfraternity Council 
provided an organization 
representing fraternities in all 
matters affecting them or the 
fraternity system. The Council 
studied various fraternity 
needs and problems and ini- 
tiated and fostered whatever 
measures were appropriate to 
their growth, development, 
and welfare. 




ABOVE: PANHELLENIC. Front Row: Rose 
Riley, Kathy Kinsey, Jan Loyal, Becky Wilker- 
son, treasurer; Jo Waller, secretary; Gall 
Emery, president: Karen Jackson, first vice- 
president; Carleen Hornack, second vice- 
president. Second Row: Leslie Thalheimer, 
Kerrie Bagby, Becky Conley, Abbie Beacham, 
Kathy Clausen, Barbara Rice, Juwanda Davis, 
Ann Robertson, Wenda Simpson, Karen 
Briggs, Barb Magliano. BELOW: INTER 
FRATERNITY COUNCIL. Front Row: Chuck 
Tudor, Kappa Alpha; Dave Breen, Pi Kappa 
Alpha; John Doherty, Sigma Nu, president; 
Pat Cannon, Sigma Pi, secretary; Mike Daley, 
Phi Delta Theta, treasurer; Richard Robinson, 
Phi Delta Theta; Finley Lyons, Pi Kappa Alpha. 
Second Row: Phillip Burgess, Kappa Alpha; 
Ronald L. Miller, Sigma Pi; Mark K. Welch, 



Beta Theta Pi; Tommie L. Robinson, Omega 
Psi Phi; Michael Stephenson, Sigma Chi; 
Bryan K. O'Brien, Phi Delta Theta; Douglas J. 
Dearen, Phi Delta Theta; Don R. Fleming, 
Kappa Alpha Psi; Fred Singleton Jr., Kappa 
Alpha Psi. Third Row: Stephen Linn, Lambda 
Chi Alpha; Keith Daniel, Lambda Chi Alpha; 
James Baxter, Sigma Pi; Tim Dixon, Delta Up- 
silon; Michael S. Wright, Beta Theta Pi; Victor 
L. Jackson, Phi Beta Sigma; Russell L. Jones, 
Beta Theta Pi; Aubrey R. Tycer, Sigma Nu; 
Brad Beach, Sigma Nu. Fourth Row: John 
Davenport, IFC advisor; Ben Dunn, Sigma Pi; 
Tarzza K. Williams, Omega Psi Phi; John C. 
Johnson, Tau Kappa Epsilon; William Bush, 
Phi Beta Sigma; Robert Rottgers, Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon; Timothy R. Adkins, Theta Chi; Roy J. 
West, Theta Chi. 




Greek Honorary Is Established 



Order of Omega is a Greek honorary which 
awarded to outstanding Greeks who have 
served in Panhellenic or the Interfraternity 
Council. The Order of Omega met for dinners 
where guest speakers from the faculty spoke on 
improving student-faculty relations. The new 
organization plans to coordinate Greek rela- 
tions and involvement with the University. 




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ABOVE: ORDER OF OMEGA. Front Row: Leslie Thalheimer, Ch\ 
Omega; Janet Widmann, Alpha Delta Pi; Kathy Clausen, Phi Mu; Gail 
Emery, Kappa Alpha Theta. Second Row: John Doherty, Sigma Nu; 
Richard Robinson, Phi Delta Theta; Gary M. HInton, Delta Upsilon. Third 
Row: Aubrey Tycer, Sigma Nu; Ronald L. Miller, Sigma Pi. 



Organizations/Greeks 295 



Alpha Gams Win TKE Tourney^ 




ABOVE: ALPHA GAMMA DELTA. Front Row: 

Leslie Hoskins, social chairman; Sue Craig, 
vice-president scholarship; lane Harris, 
membership chairman; Suzie Distler, ritual 
chairman; Meg Hiles, treasurer; Janet 
Rowlett, president; Billie Parsons, vice- 
president fraternity education; Linda Nief, 
corresponding secretary; Julie Dolan, rush 
chairman; Debbie Kegley, activities chairman; 
Anen O'Hara, publicity chairman: Kathy Kin- 
sey, panhellenic delegate; Debbi Dahlgren, 
standards chairman. Second Row: Beth 
Callihan, Lisa McGary, Karen Talbott, Lisa 
Vaughn, Becky Corbandt, Fran Boggess, Patty 
Boemker, Anita Miller, Glen Borders. Third 



Row: Melanee Buttery, Diane Fields, Agnes 
Jansen, Judy Ligon, Lisbeth Keefe, Laurie Ed- 
monds, Veda White, Connie Frankenstein, 
Terri Davis. Fourth Row: Beth D'Amico, Jill 
Secrest, Bernadine Miller, Camie Polly, Kim 
Russell, Jodie Curran, Dave Dahlgren, Steve 
Sheard, gamma daddy; Jim DeShazer, Joyce 
Young, Nancy Gescrei, Cheri Lineberry, Lou 
Rathunde, Leigh Barker, Dave Dahlgren. 



TOP: Melanee Buttery waits in anticipation as 
the basketball rolls around the goal. Cheering 
on the team is only one area in which Alpha 
Gamma Delta supports the campus com- 
munity, BELOW: The excitement of receiving 
your pledges after bids are signed is all worth 
the fiard work during rush. Every sorority 
receives their new pledges at the chapel area 
on the last day of fall rush. 



296 Organizations.''Greeks 




County Fair and JP Superpledges 




Founded October 26, 1%8 
Gamma Omicron Chapter 

President *^. .«^. . . Janet Rowlett 

V.P. Fraternity Education Biliie Parsons 

V.P. Scholarship Sue Craig 

Treasurer Meg Hiles 

The Gamma Omicron Chap- place in the SAE County Fair, goals was met when the Alpha 

ter of Alpha Gamma Delta TKE Basketball Tournament Gams donated $1100 to their 

celebrated their tenth an- and Junior Panhellenic Super- National Charity, another was 

niversary on October 30, 1978. pledges; these were in addi- maintaining a 3.0 scholastic 

They represented the first tion to their first place finish in average. Other campus and 

National Sorority on Eastern's last spring's softball tourna- community events were a part 

campus. Their tenth year ment. of their activities as well as all 

proved to be a successful one. One of their oustanding Greek sponsored events. 
The Alpha Gams took first 



Organizations/Creeks 297 




Founded March 8, 1968 
Epsilon Chapter 

President . . . .T. . . . /. .\ . . Sally Ann Moore 

First Vice-President Cathy Flynn 

Treasurer Tammy Harris 

Recording Secretary Crystal Williams 

The Epsilon Phi chapter of highest G.P.A. second place in Beta Theta Pi 

Alpha Delta Pi stresses the Social events for the chapter football tournament, 

social, academic and moral ad- included taking second place They also participated in the 

vancement of its members. in the Sigma Chi Derby, win- Sigma Alpha Epsilon County 

The academic aspect of this ning Derby Queen, second Fair. During Homecoming the 

was realized during Spring place in Tau Kappa Epsilon ADPi's and the Phi Delt's 

1978 when they had the Basketball Tournament, created a Homecoming Float. 



298 Organizations/Creeks 



ADPi's Place In Sigma Chi Derby 




LEFT: The ADPi's get their banner ready for 
the pep rally during the Sigma Chi Derby 
Week. They went on to place Second in the 
Derby. BELOW: Ann Bearin blocks the shot of 
Debbie Kegley as the ADPi's take Second 
place in the TEKE basketball tournament. 



ABOVE: ALPHA DELTA PI. Front Row: Lynn 
Stone, Robin Caudill, Marv Jude Willinger, 
Mollie McDevitt, Patti L. Cox, lanie Bowling, 
Kim Burns, Debbie Pendleton. Second Row: 
Abbie Beacham, panhettenic delegate; Janet 
Widman, panhellenic delegate; Cathy Flynn, 
vice-president of pledge education; Karen 
Brown, efficiency vice-president; Barbara 
Durham, scholarship chairman; Sally Anne 
Moore, president; Crystal Williams, recording 
secretary: Tammy Harris, treasurer, Kathy 
Cole, rush chairman; Carleen Hornack, 
panhellenic delegate; Donna Denny, 
standards chairman; Mary Ann Jenkins, 
ac(/v/(Jes chairman. Third Row: Anna Miller, 
Yvonne Yaden, Cathy Hutchins, Ram Cover, 
Joanne Thornton, Ginny Bailey, Laurie Ries, 
Patty Drennen, Candy E. Evans, Libby Warner, 
reporter/historian; Melissa Bryan. Fourth 
Row: Linda Chandler, Maggie Sherman, Con- 
nie Cleeter, Linda Emmerich, Linda Morgan, 
Stacey Bryant, Leslie Merrill, Monica Keifer, 
Linda C. Morgan, Gale Elmy, Pat Kennedy. 
Fifth Row: Kathy Joyce, Marsha Devine, 
Norma Kay Ison, Clara O'Donnell, Barb Hehl, 
Wendy Bollinger, Dee Calvert, Teresa 
McConkey, Kim Tillett, Karen Gephart, Jodie 
Brown, Sheree McWilliams, Mary Jean Auge, 
Kim Montgomery, Anne Chenault, Ann 
Beavin, Bae Griffiths, Beth Hazelwood. 




299 Organizations/Greek 



Beta's Win Homecoming Float 



The Delta Xi Chapter of Beta 
Theta Pi was active in several 
sports this year. They were first 
in football, and volleyball, 
were second in track and 
made it to the play-offs in soc- 
cer. They were also in SAE 
County Fair. 

During Homecoming they 
sponsored a float with the Chi 
O's and won first place. 
Socially, they had a preference 
party at the Contract Lounge 
and Spring Formal in Gatlin- 
burg, Tennessee. 

During the first weekend of 
March the Beta's held their 
annual basketball tournament. 
Beta chapters from neighbor- 
ing states came to Eastern to 
be a part of the activity, known 
as Beta Theta Pi Annual 
March. 



RIGHT: Chris Haydorn places a Beta snow 
flake on the Creek Christmas tree. A tea was 
sponsored by the sisters of Phi Mu for all 
Greeks at Christmas. BELOW: Beta's Mark 
Welch holds on to his hat as he prepares to 
take a chariot ride in the races during Greek 
Week. Creek Week is held during the first 
week in April, 



300 Organizations/Greeks 





Founded November 7, 1971 
Delta Xi Chapter 

President . Mark Welch 

Vice-President Rick Bibbins 

Secretary Sam Simon 

Treasurer Willie McGraw 



ABOVE: BETA THETA PI. Front Row: Nick 
Spine, Dale Rothwell, Doug Palmer, Wesley 
Graves, Rick Goodpasture, Michael Dawkins, 
Rob Cox. Second Row: Gary Dukes, Neil 
Dwyer, Scott Rothfuss, Kevin Engel, Vince 



Wicker, )oe Hagley, Kevin Stegal, Chris 
Haydorn, Pat McNeil, Doug Holmes, Connie 
Craven, Mark Welsh, pres/dent; Rick Bibbins, 
vice-president. Third Row: Mikey Wright, 
Dennis Craven, Doug Devlin, Doug Caudill, 



Jim Ewing, Danny Underbill, Cliff Turner, Jay 
Pritchard, Chuck Cox, Bob McGargle, Ronnie 
Posey, Bill Simington. Joe Orrender, Dave 
Cayhill. Fourth Row: Greg Wicker, Phil Duna- 
vent, Russ Jones. 



Organizations/Greeks 301 



AKA's Win Sigma Chi Derby 



The Zeta Nu Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha is 

a nationally incorporated organization. This past 
year, they helped with many service projects. 
They bowled for Cystic Fibrosis, held a carnival 
for United Way and helped with the Blood 
Mobile Drive. 

This was their first time entering the Sigma Chi 
Derby and they took first place. 

The sorority also sponsored their annual Bar- 
bara Hunter Scholarship, which is in honor of 
the first black woman to receive a Masters in 
Chemistry. 

The scholarship helps pay tuition for a Rich- 
mond youth at Model. 




Founded April 25, 1971 
Zeta Nu Chapter 

President Karen Briggs 

Dean of Pledges Margaret Dunbar 

Treasurer Lorraine Weaver 

Secretary Veronica Watkins 



RIGHT: ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA. 
Front Row: Patricia Baughman, 
Joan Clay, hosteis/rush chair- 
man; Veronica Watkins, 
secretary; Karen J. Briggs, 
president/panhellenic delegate; 
Margaret Dunbar, dean of 
pledges; Lorraine Weaver, 
treasurer; Wenda Simpson, 
panhellenic delegate. Second 
Row: Joyce Cunningham, 
Margery Duvall, social chair- 
man; Yvonne Edmonds, 
Deborah Hodge, Carol 
Montgomery, sgt.-at-arms; Ram 
Fulton, Hazel Maupin, historian; 
Dreema Gibson, Eldora Rhea. 
TOP: Proud and Muddy, these 
AKA's show-off their first place 
trophy after winning Sigma Chi 
Derby. 





Delta Sig's Win 
Watermelon Bust 



Founded May 9, 1970 
Eta Rho Chapter 

President ....."".. -■^'~~-'^-~~-^ ^ .^ ^ Mary Weathers 

First Vice-President Wanda Frazier 

Secretary Barbara Rice 

Treasurer Wanda Baker 



The Eta Rho Chapter of 
Delta Sigma Theta emphasizes 
sisterhood and academic ex- 
cellence. Their service pro- 
jects during this year were 
their Annual Sickle Cell 
Anemia testing program and 
their "Annual Delta Week." 
Money earned from this was 
contributed to a charity. The 
Delta Sig's also participated in 
Pa n h e 1 1 e n i c's ''Secret 
Sorority", and placed first in 
the Lambda Chi Alpha Water- 
melon Bust. 



LEFT: DELTA SIGMA THETA. Front Row: 

Wanda Frazier, iinl vice-president pan- 
hellenic delegate: Barbara \. Rice, 
secretary assistant DO. P.; luwanna Da\is, 
DO.P. panhellenic delegate. Second Row: 
Wanda M. Baker, treasurer; Aileen McKitric, 
Marv Weathers, president; Alice D. Todd. 
ABOVE: Fixing the punch is onK one item 
needing attention at this mixer. 




Delta Upsilon Places 




Founded November 13, 1970 
Eastern Kentucky University 

President Gary Hinton 

Vice-President Ken Leibrook 

Pledge Trainer Craig Enlow 

Secretary Joseph Lee 



ABOVE: DELTA UPSILON. Front Row: Andy 
Hinton, Craig Enlow, pledge master; Paul 
Heil, Dave Preston, rush chairman; Ken 
Leibrook, vice-president; Doug Kovacs, Nick 
Strong, Joseph Lee, secretary; Jack Taylor, 
Larry W. Hamilton IL Second Row: David D. 



Pennington, William A. (Bill) Baldridge, Jeff 
Jofinson, chapter relations secretary; Sam 
Richardson, Randall E. Neikirk, treasurer; 
Benner Hildreth, Mike Brown, Ray Williams, 
Sherwood Scott Adams, social chairman; 
Daniel O. Languedoc. Third Row: David 



Vance Smith (Smitty), Timothy Michael Dixon, 
William Dale Patrick, Woody Arvin, Clay 
Nelson, Gary Hinton, president; Rick Roberts, 
Dave Williams, John Boyd, Greg Arrowood, 
Mike Ditchen, Kerry Fannin. 



304 Organizations/Greeks 



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Second In SAE County Fair 





The Eastern Kentucky Uni- 
versity Delta Upsilons Chapter 

were active in several athletic 
games this year. They par- 
ticipated in football, soccer, 
basketball, volleyball and took 
second place in SAE County 
Fair. The chapter 

started the year with their 
Homecoming Formal at the 
Campbell FHouse. Their service 
projects consisted of a charity 
football carnival and helping 
the "United Way" at 
McDonalds. 



TOP: Playing intramural basketball is one of 
the many activities the DU's are involved in 
which let them exhibit their athletic ability. 
LEFT: The DU's must come early to football 
games so they will be guaranteed front row 
seats. 



Organizations/Greeks 305 



Theta Chi^s Win Intramural 




Founded April 10, 1971 
Eta Beta Chapter 

President . .7 Roy West 

Vice-President . David Keliey 

Secretary Steven Gittinger 

Treasurer William Stewart 



ABOVE: THETA CHI. Front Row: Steve A. 
Rowe, pledge marshal: William A. Stewart, 
treasurer; Steven C. Gittinger, secretary; Roy 
J. West, president: Marybeth Price, dream 
girl: Dave Kelly, vice-president: )amie Fisher, 
Ray Brown, Randy Wallace. Second Row: 
Garrett D. Bailey, Joseph Heil, Jeff Marcum, 



Stephen A. Hahlen, Robert D. Cook, Gary W. 
Smith, Jimmy Tabor, Tom Sewart. Third Row: 
Timothy R. Adkins, Robert S. Crapsey, Steven 
D. Harper, Joel H. Speck, Walter S. Brown Jr., 
James E. Gillespie, Billy P. Wells, Richard 
Spruill Jr., Daniel L. Wagner, Scott D. Brown, 
Jeffrey C. Warner. Fourth Row: Charles A. 



Kinne, Daniel K. Stacks, Thomas M. Phillips, 
Curtis J. Tinker, Timothy W. Deweese, 
intramural coordinator: John C. Tackett, 
Rodge Clarke, David D. Cruse, housing chair- 
man: Michael S. Borgman, social chairman: 
David B. Dailey, Keith Hafer, Bart Home. 



306 Organizations/Greeks 



Golf And Soccer Tournaments 



The Eta Beta Chapter of 

Theta Chi excelled in sports 
this year. They won the In- 
tramural Golf Tournament and 
Soccer Tournament. They 
took second place in football, 
racquetball, tennis and tug-of- 
war. They participated and 
placed in all intramural sports. 
The chapter also won second 
place in the Sigma Pi Phi 
Superstars. 

Scholastically, the chapter 
had the second highest G.P.A. 
among Eastern's fraternities. 

Service projects included 
Theta Chi Rally Week, in 
which all money earned went 
to the Easter Seals, participa- 
tion in the Special Olympics; 
and they sponsored a pledge 
project to benefit the com- 
munity. 




ABOVE: Roy West seems to be enjoying the 
skirts of the OX-Mates during one of Theta 
Ci's rush parties, which was a Hawaiian Luau. 



BELOW: These five Theta Chi's stop in front of 
the judges' stand to entertain them during the 
Homecoming parade. 




Organizations/Creeks 307 



Kappa Alpha Order Helps Raise 




Founded February 14, 1969 
Delta Mu Chapter 

President Phillip Burgess 

Vice-President Donald Young 

Recording Secretary Ronnie Deatherage 

Corresponding Secretary Charlie Cain 



308 Organizations/Creeks 



Money For Muscular Dystrophy 



The Delta Mu Chapter of 
Kappa Alpha Order worked 
closely with the Muscular 
Dystrophy Association. 
Nationally the KA's raised over 
$70,000, while locally they 
sponsored a party December 
7, 1978 with the proceeds go- 
ing to MDA. With the ADPi's, 
they held a Halloween party at 
Shriners Hospital. 

On campus. Kappa Alpha 
Order participated in all 
sports, SAE County Fair and 
Sigma Pi Phi Superstars. At 
home football games the KA 
cannon could be heard 
celebrating Colonel 

touchdowns. 

KA "Old South Week" was 
held in April and won by the 
Theta's. The Sharecroppers 
Ball was held in Gatlinburg, 
Tennessee. They also had a fall 
and spring preference party 
and a Homecoming Dance. 



OPPOSITE PACE: KAPPA ALPHA ORDER. 
Front Row: Tim Mesceris, Tom Baker, Mark 
W. Miracle, Paul McLaughlin, Scott Daven- 
port, Larry Burnett, Dudley Stephens, Doug 
Reynolds. Second Row: Ed Razor, Dan Hays, 
parliamentarian; Donald Young, vice- 
president: Ronnie Deatherage, secretary; 
Charlie Cain, corresponding secretary; Phillip 
Burgess, president; Buddy Cruise, historian; 
Mike Johnson, treasurer; Chuck Tudor, sg(.- 
at-arms. Third Row: Ken Stewart, Bob Keiser, 
Mark Bowman, David White, Terry Profitt, 
Tom Riley, Mike Drunty, Keith McGuire, Rick 
Brandon, Mark Lykins, David Yates, John 
Haydon, Danny Parker, Chris Russell, Ron 
Owens, Fred Hurt, David Osborne. TOP: Phil 
Burgess watches as KA Ed Razor races for a 
touchdown. Intramural football provides a 
chance for the KA's to enjoy competitive 
sports. LEFT: KA's entertain co-eds as well as 
possible rushees during fraternity rush. Fall 
rush enables fraternities to meet many new 
friends and add members to their chapter. 





















Organizations/Greeks 309 



Kappa Alpha Theta Wins the Beta 




The Delta Upsilon Chapter 
of Kappa Alpha Theta takes 
pride on being a sorority 
based on scholastic, social and 
moral goals. Their service pro- 
jects this year included con- 
tributing to their National 
Philanthropy and to the Jerry 
Lewis Telethon. They also 
donated to the Blood Mobile, 
had a clothing drive and held 
several study halls to benefit 



their pledges. 

In Greek sports events the 
sisters of Kappa Alpha Theta 
had a good year. They won the 
Beta Theta Pi Football Tourna- 
ment for the second year in a 
row, and participated in all 
other Greek events. 

The Theta's held their infor- 
mal dances at the Sheraton in 
Lexington. Their fall "Mystery 
Date" Formal was at Tates 



Creek Country Club and their 
spring formal was in Gatlin- 
burg, Tennessee. 

ABOVE: Cold weather for the Beta Football 
Tournament brings out the long underwear. 
Cindy Tabor hands the ball to Donna Hughes 
as Jill Swartz blocks for the play which assists 
in the Theta's victory. BELOW: Sigma Chi 
Derby finds the Theta's with derbies and 
enthusiasm to support the Colonels. The 
Creeks made a tunnel for them to come 
through as they run on the field. 




Football Tournament For Second Year 




Founded March 4, 1972 
Delta Upsilon Chapter 

President Sandy Isaacs 

Vice-President Sharon Douglas 

Secretary Amy Luyster 

Treasurer Connie Davis 



ABOVE: KAPPA ALPHA THETA. Front Row: 

Laura Callahan, Mary Pat Parsons, Michelle 
Kever, Sue Schiering, Robin Madden, Terri 
Byrd, Diana Miller, Amy Moeller, Linda 
McMann, hinorian; Annette Luersen. Second 
Row: Melody Hoover, service chairman; 
Carol Hollonbeck, scholarship chairman; Jill 
Swartz, rush chairman; Amy Luyster, 
corresponding secretary and standards chair- 



man; Sandy Isaacs, presWent; Donna Hughes, 
recording secretary; Connie Davis, treasurer; 
loann Schoulthies, house chairman; Sandy 
Lawson, song leader; )o Waller, panhellenic 
delegate; Sharon Douglas, vice-president 
pledge education. Third Row: Denise Car- 
land, Tory Ann Bowman, social chairman and 
editor; Karen Stephan, Jane Cox, rush chair- 
man; Karen Palmer, Kim Schweizer, Kathy 



Madden, Cheryl Swafford, Michele Conley, 
Mary Luersen, Susan Scott, Jonell Macy, 
Marybeth Price, Bev McNight, Kim Barr. 
Fourth Row: Debbie Dummer. Cindy Osborn, 
Debbie Easley, Gail Emery, Cindy Tabor, 
Donna Graft, Lindley Taylor, Linda Prince, 
Vickie Williams, chaplain; Ginger Redman, 
Dorothy Begley, Nikki Willis, Becky Foster, 
alumni rehtions; Felicia Bott. 



Organizations/Greeks 311 



Kappa Delta^s Collect 




Founded December 11,1968 
Delta Omicron Chapter 

President Martha Taglauer 

Vice-President Cheryl Case 

Treasurer Diane Kiser 

Membership Susan Campbell 

The Delta Omicron Chapter with the Sigma Nu's they and their Spring Formal in 

of Kappa Delta celebrated collected for Muscular Gatlinburg, Tennessee, 

their tenth-year anniversary in Dystrophy. During the year the KD's 

December. They were kept The KD pledges held their participated in Sigma Chi 

busy with their service pro- annual "Dating Game." They Derby in which they won the 

jects, an annual visit to also participated in making a Derby Chase. They took 

Shriner's Hospital, and Homecoming Float with the second place in the SAE 

collecting for Cystic Fibrosis Pikes. The chapter held their County Fair and were also in 

and the Heart Fund. Along Winter Formal at Cumberland all other Greek events. 



312 Organizations/Creeks 



Money for Cystic Fibrosis 







ABOVE LEFT: KAPPA DELTA. Front Row: Cwen Bullock, Kathy 
Roesel, Lisa Ross, Linda Pierce, Kara Pettibone, Margaret Williams, 
Teresa Craft, Sara Arnold, Erin Wylie, Nancy Cruse, Tami Ryan, 
Valerie Gianopulos. Second Row: Kathy Heicken, Robin Butterweck, 
Kanna Trewitt, Susan Campbell, membership chairman; Cheryl Case, 
vice-preiident; Martha Taglauer, president: Diane Kiser, ass/5tant 
treasurer: Kerrie Bagby, panhellenic delegate: Becky Griffin, editor: 
Suzanne DeStein, Kiba Jefferies, Stacey Owens, Tina Christian, Sherri 
Click. Third Row: Julie Bohannon, Karen Anderson, Shannon 
Coheen, Judy Erickson, Gina Menard, Tracey Taylor, Jackie Shuler, 
Donna Williamson, Jenny Henderson, Joanna Peters, Dana Kops, 
Brigitte Flowers, Mary Stratton, Barbara Brinegar, Judy Clements, Jen- 
nifer Movden. Fourth Row: Fline Coltharp, kd king: Maria Wolfe, 
Barbara Terry, Kathy Lkier, Linda Schwenke, Rachael Flowers, Tammy 
Jo Dixon, Teresa Butler, Debbie Bright, Debbie Cannavan, Cathy 
Combs, Peggy Garbett, Debbie Pelle, Sheri Mefford, Jan Hall, Lisa 
Isaacs, Glenda McDonald. ABOVE: Beth Holland and Donna William- 
son hang up their sign which supports the Colonels for their first 
home football game. LEFT: Becky Griffin gets ready to pick up the 
ball as Alpha Gam's Debbie Kegley ends up safe on second base. 



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The Phi Beta Chapter of 
Lambda Chi Alpha was of- 
ficially installed on campus as 
a national fraternity on Oc- 
tober 28, 1978. After a year of 
hard work the charter was 
presented to the chapter at 
the Hyatt Regency by Kurt 
Meyer, director of expansion. 
The guest speaker was 
Murphy Osborne, grand high 
phi. 

The Annual Watermelon 
Bust was held in October with 
many organizations and 
Greeks participating. 

The Lambda Chi's staged a 
kidnapping of sorority presi- 
dents from the Phi Mu 
Christmas Tea. The ransom 
was canned goods for needy 
families. 

Finishing the year the 
Lambda Chi's held their spring 
formal in Gatlinburg, Ten- 
nessee. 



Lambdi Chi's Are Installed 




ABOVE: The tables are turned when the 
Lambda Chi's are held at gun point after they 
kidnapped a member from each sorority, the 
ransom was canned food for the needy. 



BELOW: Lambda Chi's President, Keith Daniel 
accepts the recognition of installation from 
Kurt Myer. The Lambda Chi's were installed 
on October 28, 1978. 




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As National Fraternity 




Founded March 1977 
Phi Beta Chapter 

President .... . . . . 7. .T . . T. . Keith Daniels 

Fraternity Educator David Oakley 

Secretary Douglas Lambdin 

Treasurer Greg Collins 



ABOVE: LAMBDA CHI ALPHA. Front Row: 

Thomas R. Hillman, iocial chairman; Brian J. 
Owens, ritualist: J. David Oakley, fraternity 
educator; Greg E. Collins, treasurer; Keith 
Daniel, president; Keith Rightmyer, vice- 
president; Douglas E. Lambdin, secretary; 
Danny Crabtree, rush chairman; Danny 
Perkins, alumni chairman; K. Dale Adkins, 



advisor; Raja Salman, scholastic chairman; Lee 
Marx. Second Row: Tim Gaffin, Mark Mcin- 
tosh, Shane Hatton, Stephen Linn, Stephen 
Dunham, Marc Berryman, Mike Schneider, 
Randall Biggs, Robert Martin, Mark Devine, 
David Reed, Kevin Caudill. Third Row: Rob 
Miller, Philip Jones, Bill Earnest, Gregory Hall, 
Robert J. Blackburn, Joe Charles, Tim Curl, 



Rick Clevinger, Charles S. Mercer, Mark 
Craycraft, Larry Mcintosh. Fourth Row: 
Robert Beloat, Archie Ware III, Robert .Ander- 
son, Brian Ward, Michael Click, Vince D. 
Chrisman, Kevin Bishop, Paul Sparks, Tony 
Wilder, Lesley D. Varney, James N. Grissom, 
Eddie Noel, Willard Reardon, Ricky Chappel. 



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Pi Beta Thi Help 



?5«,A,© 




RIGHT: PI BETA PHI. Front Row: Mary 
DiLaura, Nancy Harhaway, secretary; Darcy 
Dunn, pledge educator; Sharon Pence, v/ce- 
preiident of moral advancerneni; Sally Smith, 
president; Pattye Flood, vice-preiident of 
menial advancement; Jeri Isbell, treasurer; 
)oy Wagner, vice-president of social advance- 
ment. Second Row: Diane Davis, Stacy Givan, 
Cindy Harmon, Laura Crier, Terry Outzs, Lynn 
Wilkins, Pam Geromes, Kelly Young, Leslie 
List. Third Row: Barbara Fletcher, Janet Cole, 
Tame Huffman, Bev Vance, Teri Snyder, Anita 
Rogers, Susan Godlewshi, Carol Conyers, 
Cheryl Goldsmith, Brenda Rollins. Fourtli 
Row: Becky Lykins, Cess Perry, Thona Shaffer, 
Karin Newcom, April Wolfe, Vicki Rollins, 
Kim Niederhelman, Kris Horn, Yvonne Grif- 
fin, Ellen Stanley. ABOVE: Vicki Rollins carries 
a sister during Sigma Chi Derby's human 
wheel barrel race. The Derby was held at the 
Sigma Chi House where all sororities par- 
ticipated. 






Founded August 28, 1976 
lota Province Kentucky Gamnna 

President Sally Smith 

Vice-President 

Moral Advancement .... Sharon Pence 

Vice-President of 

Mental Advancement .... Pattye Flood 

Secretary Nancy Harthav^ay 



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Sponsor Superstars 




The lota Province Kentucky 
Gamma Chapter of Pi Beta Phi 
sponsored their annual Sigma 
Pi Phi Superstars in conjunc- 
tion with the brothers of 
Sigma Pi. 

The Pi Phi's participated in 
various Greek events. These 
included SAE County Fair, 
Sigma Chi Derby, Beta Foot- 



ball, KA Old South, and TKE 
Basketball. 

With the Brothers of 
Lambda Chi, the Pi Phi's had a 
canned food drive at 
Thanksgiving for needy 
families. They also collected 
for Cystic Fibrosis. 

Their annual Spring Formal 
was held at Lansdown in Lex- 



ington. The Sheraton in Lex- 
ington was the site of the Pi 
Phi fall Preference Party. From 
November 10-13 in Gatlin- 
burg, Tennessee the Pi Phi's 
held their fall formal. 



ABOVE: Unity among Creeks is esident as 
these Pi Phi's give their support to these 
Greek cheerleaders, as well as supporting the 
Colonels at the Dayton game. 



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Pi Kappa Alpha Serves As 



The Zeta Tau chapter of Pi 
Kappa Alpha had a very busy 
year, participating in a variety 
of campus activities. 

The Pikes began the year by 
distributing their Dream Girl 
Calendar. They also par- 
ticipated in all Greek and in- 
tramural sporting events, 
along w'wh serving as big 
brothers for the Big Brothers 



of America Society in Lex- 
ington. 

The Pikes held their annual 
Homecoming Dance at Tates 
Creek Country Club, and their 
Winter Formal was held in 
December at the Contract 
Lounge. 

During the Spring, the Pikes 
had their March Founder's 
Day Party. They also had their 



Spring Formal at Fairfield 
Glade in Tennessee. Also, the 
Dream Girl Pageant was held 
and the Pike Calendar girls 
were chosen. 



BELOW: Lining the front bleachers at all 
Colonels Basketball games the Pikes cheer on 
the team. BOTTOM: Pike's Bob Silky grabs for 
the flag of a Pit football player, in an attempt 
to keep him from scoring a touchdown. 



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Big Brothers of America 



Founded February 14, 1969 
Zeta Tau Chapter 

President Michael Parker 

Vice-President David J. Breen 

Pledge Trainer Marks Burks 

Secretary . . . Greg Moore 




ABOVE: PI KAPPA ALPHA. Front Row: Robert 
Sanders, Debbie Ashcraft, Lisa Funke, Greg 
Moore, secretary; David J. Breen, vice- 
president: Michael W. Parker, president; 
Phillip C. Wilson, Elizabeth J. Ratterman, 
Laurel Bailey, Wanda Weaver. Second Row: 
Cathy O'Rourke, Leslie Taylor, Holly Green, 



Linda Bradshaw, Tracy Augustin, Bonnie Rigg, 
Sherri Newton. Third Row: Bruce Taylor 
Young, Robert C. Lockridge, Bob Silkey, Tom 
Lockridge, Robert E. Harkleroad, Bart E. 
Powell, Jon Schrock, Brian D. Miller, Kerry 
Hipps, Rick Siley, Mark Kroplin, Wm. Finley 
Lyons. Fourth Row: David Seabolt, Al Stone, 



James S. Parker, David Simpson, Mark Burks, 
Patricia A. McLaughlin, Greg Folley, Robert R. 
Sipes, David Kresge. Fifth Row: Nicholas C. 
Murphy, William Strang, Steve Nankivell, 
Michael T. Howell, Michael W. Carter, Mike 
Ricke, Alan Kent Hatfield, Mike DeSpain. 



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Sigma Alpha Epsilon Takes 'All Sports' 







Founded October 27, 1973 
Kentucky Delta Chapter 

President Ralph Sowder 

Pledge Educator Richard Downing 

Secretary Richard Winn 

Treasurer . Brian Ritter 



ABOVE: SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON. Front Row: 

Brett W. Ashcraft, Ray Stapleton, Bruce 
Cosella, Douglas Hicks (Spotie), Timothy O. 
Smith, Steven E. Sheard, James Carlos, George 
). Millan, Mike Morris, Frederick Mudge, 
John M. Ciubb, Steve Smith. Second Row: Pat 
Best, Bill Amato, Kevin Lyons, Richard Winn, 
correspondent; Richard C. Downing, pledge 
educator; Roberl S- McDonald, warden; Jeff 
C. Sproat, recorder; David R. Kendle, chor- 



niclcr; Jennifer Henderson, sweetheart; 
Ralph D. Sowder, president; Keith Walker, 
chaplain; Jimbo Morris, Brian K. Ritter, 
treasurer; Danny Tewmey, Robert Canon, 
herald; Tim Fugate, Wayne Pieper, Charles 
Berrie, Terry Carrico, Arthur Booth, Matthew 
D. Marlowe. Third Row: Todd Burns, Scott 
Mindrum, Frank Consalo, Calvin Whitis, Ken 
Sizemore, Rick Dunn, Doug Lucas, Gary 
Wheeler, Bob Barker, William (Doug) Reed, 



Scott Sparks (Sparky), William B. Decker, Jr., 
Edward S. Barr, Terry Loper (Lop), Marty 
Ochsner ("O"), John (Jay) Parker, Rocky Ben- 
tley, Jim DeShazer ("D"), Jeff Hudepohl 
(Spanky), Edward L. Johnson, Robert A. 
Rottgers, Joseph Glen Borders (Gulliver), 
Thomas Francis Pany, Donald Adams 
Bartholomew, (Bart). 



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Intramural Championship Trophy 



The Kentucky Delta chapter 
of Sigma Alpha Epsilon lost 
their house on Main Street this 
year, but did not let this bad 
start ruin their year. They won 
the All-Sports trophy by cap- 
turing first in the tennis and 
racquetball tournaments, and 



finishing well in the soccer, 
basketball, football and 
volleyball tournaments. 

Socially the SAE's were busy 
with their Christmas Formal at 
the Sheraton Inn, a joint 
Preference Party with the 
brothers of Kappa Alpha in 




Lexington and a Spring Formal 
at Houston Woods in Oxford, 
Ohio. 

Their service project was 
their annual collection for 
Cystic Fibrosis. 



LEFT: SAE Eddie Johnson checks out the class 
ring selection at the bookstore. The salesman 
makes it possible for Greeks to put their let- 
ters on their rings. BELOW: The SAE County 
Fair exhibits some very unusual money- 
making booths. These members of SAE shut 
their eyes as eggs are thrown against a wire 
screen. 



Organizations/Greeks 321 



Sigma Nu's Make Wreaths 



Tradition was a key word for 
the Theta Theta Chapter of 
Sigma Nu as they continued 
their practice of riding their 
bikes to Western. Carrying a 
game ball, the brothers 
received pledges for each mile 
they rode in route to the 
game. At Christmas, the 
brothers made the wreaths 
and greens for the Hanging of 
the Greens ceremony. The 



chapter worked side-by-side 
with several of the city's clubs 
and organizations in a massive, 
city-wide clean-up project in 
the fall. 

Socially, the brothers en- 
joyed a formal in Gatlinburg. 
Homecoming was perhaps the 
best in the history of the chap- 
ter as dozens of alumni joined 
the active chapter for pre- 
game and post-game parties. 



The latter unveiled the new 
dance hall in the house and 
was accented by a live band. 
Closing out the year was their 
annual Spring White Rose For- 
mal. 

The members fielded suc- 
cessful teams in all intramural 
sports. In the spring, they were 
active participants in the Phi 
Mu Swim-a-thon and in Greek 
Week. 



RIGHT: Butch Vernon leads the Sigma Nu's as 
thev cheer for the Colonels. The Sigma Nu's 
go early to each football game and save seats 
close to the action. BELOW: Bicycling to the 
Western game is a bi-annual event for the 
brothers of Sigma Nu. Pledges are made for 
each mile the Sigma Nu's travel and the 
money is given to their national charity. 




For ^Hanging Of The Greens' 




Founded April 26, 1970 
Theta Theta Chapter 

President T . '^ _ » ^ ^ Aubrey Tyeer 

Scholastic Chairman Dave Dixon 

Pledge Marshal Brad Wallace 

Rush Chairman Doug Shelly 



ABOVE: SIGMA NU. Front Row: Frankie Ray, 
Steve McEllin, Lisa Palmer, Karen Henry, Bet- 
sey Palmer, Sue Burchett, Vicki Pigg, Cindy 
Etkin, Donna Saffer, Kathy Moenning, Mike 
Manz. Second Row: Bard Beach, Dave Soley, 
Doug Skelly, rush chairman; Tom Perry, sports 



chairman; Kevin Nally, Pat Roberts, Dave 
Donahue, Tim Kannapel, John Kessinger, 
money-making chairman; Terry Franklin. 
Third Row: Dave Dixon, scholastic chairman; 
Vince Brosky, house chairman; Byron Ford, 
chaplain; Aubrey Tycer, intimate comman- 



der; )im Garrison, Cliff Milligan, Mike 
Hollifield. Fourth Row: Brad Wallace, pledge 
marshal; Sharon Johnson, Karen Tatter, Greg 
Bisig, recorder; Pam Simpkins, Donna Graft, 
Keith Fowler, Doug Fruchtenicht. 



Organizations/Greeks 323 



Sigma Pi's Take SAE County Fair 



RIGHT: The Sigma Pi House of Horror provides an opportunity for stu- 
dents to dress up and come out during Halloween. The proceeds go to 
their charity, Shriner's Hospital. BELOW: The Sigma Pi's start their jour- 
ney to Morehead as they undertake the annual "Basketball Bounce." 





324 Organizations/Greeks 




Founded April 22, 1978 
Epsilon Lambda Chapter 

President Ron Miller 

Vice-President Jim Baxter 

Secretary Bob Dunkle 

Treasurer Larry Long 



The Epsilon Lambda Chap- 
ter of Sigma PI had a successful 
year. Early in the fall, Sigma Pi 
placed first in the SAE County 
Fair. They participated in 
Beta's Football and Teke's 
Basketball tournaments. They 
also advanced to the playoffs 
in both intramural soccer and 
football. Also, in conjuction 
with the sisters of Pi Beta Phi, 
the Sigma Pi Phi Superstars 
competition was held. 

Sigma Pi was also active in 



the field of service. They made 
a contribution to their charity, 
Shriner's FHospital, with money 
they earned from car washes 
and from their annual event, 
dribbling a basketball to the 
Morehead game. They also 
took the children from Model 
School on an Easter Egg Hunt. 
The Sigma Pi's held their 
Homecoming dance at St. 
Mark's School and their spring 
formal at Cobbly Knob in Ten- 
nessee. 



ABOVE: SIGMA PI. Front Row: Ben Dunn, 
Bob Dunkle, secretary; Phil Lewis, Ron Miller, 
firesident; Larry Long, treasurer; Jim Baxter, 
vice-president. Second Row: Diane Voit, 
leannie Cassidy, Linda Hamilton, Cindy 
Holtzapple, Hope Hendricks, Wendy Petit, 
Sue Reynolds, Pat Williams, Dianne Miller, 
Carol Merrit, Pam White, Rhonda Sauer. Third 
Row: )im Stout, Tammy Shaheen, Marilyn 
Bruck, Nancy West, Jody Brown, Tom Wolfe, 
Wayne Adkins, David Johnson, Sharon 
Lawrence, Greg Volpenhein, Mark Duke, Paul 
Yancy, Monty Northcutt, jim Ward, Dan 
Strietelmeier, Chuck Henry. Fourth Row: 
Gary Curley, Joyce Pursley, Beck\ Rhoadus, 
Chris O'Quinn. Fifth Row: Scott Straton, Alan 
Short, Diane Fields, Missy Melville, Dave 
McBeath, Rufus Baker, Kent Robertson, Pam 
Barger, Pat Cannon, Scott Kurtz, Mike Cox, 
Dale Cooper, Doug Paulovic, Mike Hayes, 
Barb Shartzer, Mike Upton, Bob Baker, Peggy 
Shoemaker, Phil Roberts, Dane Blank, Terri 
Walker. 



Organizations/Greeks 325 



Sigma Chi's Take First 




The brothers of the Eta Alpha Chapter of 
Sigma Chi had a fulfilling year. As always, they 
started the semester with their annual Sigma Chi 
Derby. During Halloween they sponsored their 
Haunted House. The proceeds from both events 
went to their national charity, The Wallace 
Village, a help center for physically and mentally 
handicapped children. Other service projects 
include a community clean-up program, and 
donating time and help to the Pond Christian 
Church. 

The brothers participated in several athletic 
events including football, soccer, golf, tennis, 
basketball, volleyball and they took first place in 
track. 

Sigma Chi's held their Winter Preference at 
the Ramada Imperial, their Homecoming dance 
at the Contract Lounge and their spring formal 
in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. 



TOP: Mark Kidd gets everyone's attention, during Sigma Chi Derby 
Week as he prepares to announce the 'Derby Queen'. RIGHT: Mark 
Berry takes his time as he chugs apple cider for the Sigma Chi's at the SAE 
county fair. 




326 Organizations/Creeks 



Place In Intramural Track 




Founded January 11, 1970 
Eta Alpha Chapter 

President Mike Stephenson 

Vice-President .... . ....... George McClain 

Treasurer Alan Wallace 

Secretary Paul Van Winkle 



ABOVE: SIGMA CHI. Front Row: Mesta Scalf, 
Stan Scalf, Susan Gadlewski, Lisa McGary, 
Greg Coleman, Ken Schwendeman, Mark 
Barry, Leisa Saylor, Mark Smith, Lisa English, 
Mark Pate, Libby Warner, Marc Kennet, Anne 
Cheanult. Second Row: Terri Davis, Sandy 
Zopfi, Mark Boone, Pat Grugin, Ginny Bailey, 
Mike Pate, Tony Merida, Shane Mahan, Alan 
Wallace, treasurer; Mike Stephenson, 



president: Cathy Flynn, sweetheart; Matt 
Durham, David Riggins, rush chairman; Kathy 
Cole, David Montgomery, Cheryl Arnett, 
Sandy Baker, Mike Williams, Jackie Pfeifer, 
Paul Van Winkle, secretary: Robin Clark, 
George McClain, vice-president; Biff 
Simpson, Suzanne DeStein, Larry Hudson. 
Third Row: Tim Bartholomew, Jeff Long, Lisa 
Dillen, Terry Walsh, Leigh Ann Howard, Phil 



Johnson, Vera Deing, Bruce Hedden, Bill 
Card, Pam Baker, Scott Smiley, Robin Lovely, 
Al Lewis, Teresa Watson, Ronnie Cray, Bill 
Heuser, Kim Montgomery, Chris Bounnell, 
Doug Flatt, Debbie Ison, Brvan Beach, Joan 
Fennessey, Bill Shields, Pam Gover, Erich 
Mauer, Wayne Skelton. 



Organizations/Creeks 327 



Tau Kappa Epsilon Works Whitehall 




Founded February 14, 1969 
Beta Mu Chapter 

President I ™ .^^ Steve Clapp 

Vice-President Bob Pitakos 

Pledge Trainer Rob Weils 

Secretary Jeff Kirkpatrick 



ABOVE: TAU KAPPA EPSILON. Front Row: 

Chris Vasquez, Chris Gardner, Becky Conley, 
Bob Pitakos, vice-president; )ane Cox, Sheree 
McWilliams, Teri Underwood, Jennifer Webb, 
Jill Secrest, Steve Miller, Tim Rice, sergeant at 
arms, loann McDonald, Karen Cheek, Bob 
Arens- Second Row: |ohn Johnson, Mike 



Collins, Steve Smythe, Ed Hunt, Chuck 
Givens, Jeff Kirkpatrick, secretary; Kenneth 
Kring, Steve Clapp, president; Perry Watts, 
Cindy Halbauer, Mike Cox, Uttle sis chairman; 
Rob Wells, pledge trainer; Greg Brown, Bob 
Underwood, Jerry Coldiron. Third Row: Jerry 
Ballard, Dennis Courts, Rick Atchinson, 



Donna Hughes, Brian Griffis, Jill Swartz, Karen 
Palmer, Sallye Eyster, John Blackerby, Beth 
Ray, Neal Edwards, Kathy Dolbow, Clay 
Brashear, Allen Stanford. Fourth Row: Tom 
Barrier, Charles Patterson, Tom Gathof, 
historian. 



328 Organizations/Creeks 



state Shrine Labor Day 




The Beta Mu Chapter of Tau 
Kappa Epsilon celebrated their 
tenth anniversary on campus 
in February, 1979. Teke 
National Vice-President Rod- 
ney Williams spoke to the 
brothers after a reception and 



dinner. 

The brothers were active in 
many service projects. They 
collected money for the 
March of Dimes, participated 
in a fund-raising drive for St. 
Jude's Hospital, and parked 




cars at Whitehall State Shrine. 

For FHomecoming the Teke's 
held their annual dance at the 
Hospitality Inn and construc- 
ted a float with the Sisters of 
Alpha Gamma Delta. Teke 
Basketball Tournament was 
held in December. 

The Tekes participated in 
SAE County Fair, Sigma-Pi-Phi 
Superstars, where they took 
third place, the Beta Football 
Tournament, and the Phi Mu 
Swim-a-thon. For Greek Week 
the chapter hosted their an- 
nual Academic Bowl. 

The Red Carnation Ball was 
held at Gatlinburg, Tennessee 
to close the year for the 
brothers. 



TOP: Sister and brother dance team Pam and 
Mike Cox represent Teke's in the Creek week 
dance marathon. LEFT: Todd Taylor leads the 
Teke's in rallying behind the OV'C Cham- 
pions. The Teke's were part of the enthusiastic 
crowds at every game. 



Organizations/Greeks 329 



Phi Delta Theta Receives 



The Kentucky Theta Chap- 
ter of Phi Delta Theta 

celebrated their tenth an- 
niversary April 29, 1979. In ad- 
dition, the brothers were 
recognized by their nationals 
receiving the Gold Star Award 
for the outstanding chapter, 
and a scholarship award. 

Phi Delta Theta pledges 
served the community by 
providing an escort service for 
the handicapped. The chapter 
was also active in community 
service working with the 
United Way, the Richmond 
Jaycees, and the March of 
Dimes. 

The brothers also sponsored 
their annual softball tourna- 
ment in the spring and con- 
cluded the semester with a 
formal. 



RIGHT: PHI DELTA THETA. Front Row: Russ 
Denton, Ronney White, George Bellomy, 
vice-preiideni; Micheal Daley, president; 
Rod Criffen, secretary; Tom Whittaker, 
treasurer: Steve Lyons. Second Row: Gregory 
Broke, social chairman: John McKee, John 
Harkey, Mike Darr, Greg Kever, Tom 
Jameson, Brent Ward, Robert Saxson, Rick 
Nabors, John Pennypacker, Steve Starbuck, 
Steve Warren. Third Row: Bill Shadborn, Lee 
Ceiling, David Mitchell, Jim Ruble, Flint 
Colthorp, Joe Okruhliva, pledge trainer: Brian 
O'Brieen, Doug Daring, Rick Robinson, Bob 
Weber, Jeff Graham. 









Founded April 26, 1969 
Kentucky Theta Chapter 

President Mike Dailey 

Vice-President George Bellomy 

Secretary Rod Griffen 

Treasurer Tom Whittaker 



330 Organizations/Greeks 



Gold Star From Nationals 





ABOVE: Phi Delta Theta pledge Steve Meyers 
acts as an usher during Eastern's basketball 
games. The Phi Delts also usher for football 
games and are always present to support the 
Colonels. BELOW: The members of Phi Delta 
Theta join together to cheer on the Colonels 
at a basketball game. Greek support has 
helped benefit the Colonels successful year. 



Phi Mu's Take First Place 




TOP: The Lambda Chi 'Watermelon Bust' finds the Phi Mu's anxiously 
waiting passage of a melon. This was only one event vv'hich found the Phi 
Mu's extremely busy in the fall. BOTTOM: The television show 'Hee 
Haw' is the theme of the Phi Mu's second round rush party. 



ABOVE RIGHT: PHI ViU. Front Row: Carol 
Long, Lisa Treacy, Rhonda Berk, Sherry 
Houston, Kari Stanley, Carol Merritt, Debbie 
Callivan, Tammy Adams. Second Row: Karen 
Rush, vice-president: Kim Tolliver, 
corresponding secretary; Ann Keene, 
recording secretary; Marilyn Fleshman, 
treasurer; Nancy West, phi director; Jonell 
Tackett, rush chairman; Betsey Palmer, presi- 
dent; Kathy Clausen, panhellenic delegate; 
Kim Scott, Susan StengeL Third Row: Carol 
Barnett, LuAnn Skelly, )osie Dearing, Laura 
Hodgin, Cindy McMahan, Cwen Kaldenberg, 
Laura Schaum, Christy Dalton, Debbee 
Ticknor, Terri Evans, Marsha Stumbo. Fourth 
Row: Thomas Mark Hill, phi guy; Connie R. 
Bentley, Dave Oakley, Lou Ann Cavenee, 
Robin Swigart, Cathy Budzinski, Karin Stitz, 
Ellen Barnott, Nancy Streiber, Karin Kinder, 
Leslie Schrader. Fifth Row: Mary Rodes, 
Monica Isaacs, Connie Conn, Caria Suerdieck, 
Kathryn Ransdell, Barb Magliano, Marilyn 
Leer, Barb Heigman, Beth Magliano, Debbie 
Walker, Diane Dossett, recording secretary; 
Linda Foley, Kathy Gruner, Pam Pelfrey. Sixth 
Row: Wayne F. Skelton, Biff Simpson, Tom 
Baker, 




332 Organizations/Creeks 



In Greek Week Dance Contest 




Founded April 14, 1973 
Delta Chi Chapter 

President Betsey Palmer 

Vice-President Karen Rush 

Phi Director Nancy West 

Treasurer Marilyn Fleshman 



The Delta Chi Chapter 
of Phi Mu remained very 
active this year. They par- 
ticipated in many of the 
Greek events. They were 
first in the Greek Week 
Dance Marathon, and 
third in KA Old South. 
They were also involved in 
the Sigma Chi Derby, SAE 
County Fair, Lambda Chi 
Watermelon Bust, Beta 
Football Tournament, 
Sigma Nu Backgammon 
Tournament, Theta Chi 
Rally Week, TKE Basket- 
ball Tournament, Pikes 
Peak Week, Alpha Gam 
Softball Tournament and 
KD Dating Game. In addi- 
tion, the sisters sponsored 
thei r annual Swim-a- 
Thon, w here all the 
money raised we nt 
towards their National 
Philanthropy Project 
Hope. The Phi Mu's also 
promoted the Panhellenic 
spirit by sponsoring a tea 
for all the sorority women. 



Organizations/Creeks 333 



Chi Omega Achieve Highest Grade 




Founded April 26, 1969 
Gamma Theta Chapter 

President Cindi Tipton 

Vice-President Dora Miller 

Secretary Sherri Newton 

Personnel Bev Gilliam 



The Gamma Theta Chapter 
of Chi Omega did well in all 
Greek events they entered this 
past year. They took first place 
in the sorority division in the 
AD Pi Greek Follies and won 
second place in Beta Football. 
They also won third place in 
the Sigma Chi Derby, and par- 
ticipated in the SAE County 



Fair and Lambda Chi Water- 
melon Bust. The Chi Omegas 
built a homecoming float with 
the Betas and won first place. 
The Chi Omega's chapter 
service projects included their 
annual 'Christmas Kindness' 
project where they donated 
food and clothing to a needy 
Richmond family, a visit to 



Shriners F^ospital in Lexington 
and various other donations to 
charities. 

They held a "Suppressed 
Desires" dance in the fall at 
Tates Creek Country Club. 
Their Christmas formal was 
held at Gatlinburg. 



334 Organizations/Greeks 



Point Average Among Sororities 






ABOVE LER: CHI OMEGA. Front Row: Anne 
Robertson, Cindy Gilbert, Karia Davis, Debbie 
Behrer, Vicki Erscheil, Terrie Smith, Audrey 
Gregory, Linda Huff, )ennie Ruehrwein, 
Marilyn Best, Pam Weigel, )udy Spaulding, 
Vicki Voiers, Patti Gilday. Second Row: 
Connie Steller, Melanie Miller, Ann Bodine, 
Becky Gentry, Linda Witzman, Bev Gilliam, 
personnel: Dora Miller, vice-president: Cindi 
Tipton, president: Melinda Miller, pledge 
trainer: Sherri Newton, secretary; Leslie 
Thalhiemer, panhellenic delegate: Becky 
Wilkerson, panhellenic delegate: Lisa Slayton, 
Karen McClure, Mimi Byrne, Betty Leachman. 
Third Row: Kay Harrison, Sherrill Webb, 
Becky McGuffey, Kathy Clark, Terri Ptacek, 
Denise Schaller, Debbie Palmer, Tamara 
Schulte, Susan Daniels, Caria Crume, Lorna 
Overberg, Peggy Erftenbeck, Sherrie Durham, 
Linda Rauch, Camela Highes, Laurie 
Reinstedler, Patte Newport, Lisa E. Ford, Tina 
Bickett, Kim Kirk. Fourth Row: Michelle 
Niemwnn, Janet Peterson, Joan Fennessey, 
Nancy Johnson, Missy Pulliam, Pam Leach, 
Chris Gardner, Pam Simpkins, Becky Sam- 
mons, Mary • Gasser, Amy Hile, Maria 
Domenech, Patty Thompson, Ann Lafferty, 
Annette Hill, Cheryl Cregorv, Genia Karloskv, 
Meg Allison, Debe Phillips! ABOVE RIGHT: 
Susan Daniels captures the audience during 
ADPi's Greek Follies. She sang "You Needed 
Me" which ensured her a first place troph\. 
LEFT: The Chi O's give their support during 
the Alpha Gamma Delta Softball Tournament, 
as they placed second. Spring tournaments 
give sororities a chance to socialize as well as 
compete. 



Organizations/Greeks 335 



Phi Beta Sigma Holds 'Sigma Week' 



The Iota Delta Chapter of 
Phi Beta Sigma enjoyed its 
second year on campus. The 
brothers' purpose was 
"culture for service, service 
for humanity." The brothers 
stressed scholarship and ser- 
vice. 

At Thanksgiving and 
Christmas the chapter spon- 
sored food baskets for the 
needy and also in December 
hosted a benefit dance with 
proceeds going to the needy. 

Sigma Week held by the 
brothers in April, contained a 
step show, a one on one 
basketball tournament, a 
fashion show, and a chapel 
service on Sunday. 



BELOW: PHI BETA SIGMA. First Row: Edward 
Graves, treasurer; William L. Parris, 
secretciry/step-master: Nathan L. Eddington, 
president; Rodney S. Douglas, vice-president; 
Anthony FIgg, sgt. at arms. Second Row: 
Dickie A. Smith, ifc delegate; Victor L. 
Jackson, ifc delegate; Michael W. Anderson, 
■dean of hops; Terry L. Humphrey, dean of 
pledges; Kenneth T. Embry, William Bush, sgt. 
at arms; George S. Winfrey, Mark Anthony 
Singleton, Harold Granville, Steven B. Sleet, 
act(V/(/es committee. ABOVE: Stepping is an 
important aspect of the brotherhood of Phi 
Beta Sigma. The Step Shows are held regularly 
which help the Phi Betas entertain. 




Founded March 24, 1977 
lota Delta Chapter 

President . Nathan Eddington 

Vice-President Rodney Douglas 

Secretary Bill Parris 

Treasurer Edward Graves 




Omega's Place Second in TKE Tourney 



The Delta Sigma Chapter of 
Omega Psi Phi participated in 
several service projects this 



year. Arriong these were their 
annual blood drive, and Easter 
egg hunt and their regular 




contribution to NAACP. In ad- 
dition, the brothers also spon- 
sored a scholarship fund at 
Model High School and held 
an achievement week. The 
Omega's won second place in 
the TKE basketball tourna- 
ment. The highlight of the 
year was the Omega Ball, their 
Spring Formal. 



BELOW: OMEGA PSI PHI. Front Row: 

Tommie Lee Robinson, basileus, Charles 
Walker, social chairman; Tarzza Williams, 
parliamentarian; Ronald T. Griffin, keeper of 
finance. Second Row: Fred Davis Jr., 
slepmasfer, Calvin Farlow, vice haiileus dean 
of pledges; Carl Greene )r., Ricky Henderson. 
Third Row: Cliff Lyttle, Michael Fulton, 
keeper of records and seal chaplain. RIGHT: 
George Miller receives his scholarship from 
the Omega Psi Phi's. 



Founded May 8, 1970 
Delta Sigma Chapter 

President J''"'<~ .^* . •. Tommie Robinson 

Vice-President Calvin Farlow 

Secretary Michael Fulton 

Treasurer .**!' Ronald Griffin 




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K and we move to new expectations. 



Debbie Kegley 
Classes Editor 







Winter manifested itself in various ways on 
Eastern's campus. The snow and ice provided 
the ravine with crystal trees and sparkling white 
pathways for students to enjoy as they walked 
with friends. 

For maintenance winter multiplied its 
workload. These men however, perceived the 
snow-laden trees as anything but wonderful. 
Winter for them meant clearing sidewalks, and 
removing branches which fell under the weight 
of the ice and snow covering. Unfortunately, for 
these men it must have seemed like a never- 
ending battle. 



Snowy Weather Blankets Campus 




VMdmldi:k 




EVELYN ABELL 


Louisville 


BBA Accounting 




KATHY ABLES 


Fleming 


BS Social Work 




LESTER ABNER 


Valley Station 


BME Music 




SHERWOOD ADAMS 


Louisville 


BBA Economics 




DOROTHY ADIGWE 


Awka, Nigeria 


BBA Business Administration 




BARRY ADKINS 


Richmond 


BBA Management 




BUTCH ADKINS 


Crittenden 


BS Industrial Technology 




GARY AKINS 


Williamsburg 


BS Recreation & Park Administration 


KENNETH ADKINS 


Lexington 


BBA Marketing 




JANE AHLER 


Frankfort 


BSN Nursing 




RONALD ALBERS 


Bethel, OH 


BS Physical Education 




SUSAN ALLEN 


Burkesville 


BS Interior Design 




SHERRI ALLISON 


Huntsville, AL 


BS Corrections 




CECILIA AMAYA 


El Salvador, Central 


BBA Management 




DAVID AMBURN 


Louisville 


BBA Management 




ELLEN AMSTER 


Richmond 


BBA Management 




ANGELA ANDERSON 


Holliday, TX 


BS Physical Education 


ROBERT C. ANDERSON 


Vienna, W. VA 


BS Police Administration 




ROBERT D. ANDERSON 


Russell Springs 


BS Law Enforcement 


LISA APPLEGATE 


Dayton, OH 


BME Music Education 




CHARLENE APPLEMAN 


Augusta 


BS Elementary Education 




MIKE APPLEMAN 


Augusta 


BS Physical Education 


ROBERT ARENS 


Florence 


BS Police Administration 




PAUL ARNOLD 


Franklin, OH 


BS Wildlife Management 




RENITA AHLER 


Cromwell 


BBA Accounting 




SUSAN ARNOLD 


Louisville 


BSN Nursing 




SHIRLEY ASHCRAFT 


Hamilton, OH 


BS Business 




BILLY ASHLEY 


Lexington 


BA Planning & Development 





Seniors/Abe-Ash 341 



BRIAN ASHLEY 

BA Planning & Development 
BOB ATKINSON 

BA Geography 
WILLIAM AUSTIN 

BS Speech Pathology & Audiology 
JAMES AVERILL 

BS Computer Science 



NANCY AZBELL 

BS Special Education 
JERRY BACH 

BA Speech & Communication 
PATRICIA BACH 

BS Public Health 
TANA BACK 

BS Home Economics Education 

CRAIG BAILY 

BS Law Enforcement 
SANDRA BAILEY 

BS Elementary Education 
VIRGINIA BAILEY 

BS Physical Education 
JEFFREY BAKER 

BFA Performing Arts 



Maysville 

Lexington 

Lynch 

Lancater, OH 

Newark, OH 

Richmond 

Jackson 

Monticello 



Kettering, OH 

Lexington 

Louisville 

Lawrenceville, GA 





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ABOVE: Hard work from EKU's maintenance, allows nature lovers to enjoy the Indian Summer. 



342 Seniors/Ash-Bak 



Warm Weather Sparks Outdoor Activities 




ROBERT BAKER 


Manchester 


BS Police Administration 




TIM BAKER 


Franklin, OH 


BS Pre-Medicine 




JOHN BALDWIN 


Kettering, OH 


BS Industrial Arts Education 




MARY BALLARD 


Winchester 


BS Psychology 




RANDALL BALLARD 


Madison, W.VA 


BA Political Science 




RUSTY BARGER 


Buckhorn 


BS Police Administration & Ind 


ustrial Security 


QUETHA BARGO 


Barbourville 


BSN Nursing 




DEBORA BARNARD 


London 


BS School Health 




ROSALYN BARNETT 


Middlesboro 


BSN Nursing 




MONICA BARRETT 


Boonevilie 


BS Business Administration 




MARK BARSOTTI 


Richmond 


BBA Real Estate 




TIMOTHY BARTHOLOMEW 


Richmond 


BA Corrections 




LAWRENCE BARTON 


Richmond 


BME Music 




BETTY BASTIN 


Middleburg 


BBA Accounting 




KIM BATTYE 


White City, OR 


BS Speech Pathology 




DARYL BAUGHMAN 


Owensboro 


BBA Business Administration 




CHARLES BAUMAN 


Richmond 


BA Broadcasting 




MARLA BEACH 


Batavia, OH 


BSN Nursing 




KEVIN BEASLEY 


Carlisle, OH 


BA Broadcasting 




MARI BEASLEY 


Ft. Thomas 


BS Special Education 




MIKEBEAVIN 


Bardstown 


BBA Finance 




JEANIE BECH 


Finley 


BSN Nursing 




LARRY BECKER 


Sylvania, OH 


BS Elementary Education 




JAMES BEIRNE 


Ft. Mitchell 


BBA Management 




JEFFREY BELL 


Lexington 


BBA Broadcasting 




AGNES BELLAMY 


Saldee 


BA Journalism & Broadcasting 




LAURIE BELLO 


Cincinnati, OH 


BA Police Administration 




BEVELYN BENNETT 


West Lake, OH 


BA Interior Design 





Seniors/Bak-Ben 343 



Eastern's Landscape Aids in Homework 



JUDITH BENNETT Elmira, NY 

BS Technical Horticulture 
ALICE BERESFORD Cincinnati, OH 

BS Recreation & Park Administration 
DANIEL BERKEBILE Ashland 

BS Police Administration 
BRENDA BERRY New Carlisle, OH 

BS Special Elementary Education 



DAVEBESSER 

BS Pre-Medical Sciences 
JANET BESET 

BS Special Education 
MIKE BEST 

BS Biology 
KAREN BILLIONS 

BS Horticulture 

JOHNNIEBILLITER 

BA Broadcasting 
JANET BISHOP 

BSN Nursing 
KAREN BISHOP 

BS Dietetics 
BECKY BLACKWELL 

BSN Nursing 

ELIZABETH BLADES 

BS Elementary Education 
KATHY BLAIR 

BS Fashion Merchandising 
ELWOOD BLAKE 

BS Biology & Wildlife 
CAROLYN BLAKEMAN 

BS Physical Education 



Prospect 

Louisville 

Owensboro 

Decatur, AL 

Raccoon 

Cincinnati, OH 

Peewee Valley 

Irvine 

Brooksville 

Xenia, OH 

Huntington Valley, PA 

Allen 



CONNIE BLAKEMORE 

BS Marketing 
PAUL BLANDFORD 

BS Industrial Technology 
LEAH BLANTON 

BS Social Work 
SUSAN BLIZZARD 

BS Physical Education & Drafting 



Richmond 

Springfield 

Jackson 

Cincinnati, OH 

Louisville 



SUSAN BLOUNT 

BSN Nursing 
PATTY BOEMKER Covington 

BA Elementary Education & Kindergarten 
FRAN BOGGESS New Richmond, OH 

BS Occupational Therapy 
CHRISTINE BOHN Louisville 

BS Nursing 

AMY BOISE Sherburne, NY 

BS Public Safety & Security 
PATRICIA BOND Winchester 

BS Elementary Education & Kindergarten 
ANTHONY BOTHMAN Maysville 

BA Art Education 
CAROLYN BOTNER London 

BS Elementary Education 




344 Seniors/Ben-Bot 




DONNA BOTTOM 


Shelbyville 


BS Elementary Education 




MICHAEL BOURNE 


Wilmore 


BA Industrial Technology 




VALERIE BOWDY 


Ft. Thomas 


BS Speech Pathology & Audiology 




DEBORAH BOWEN 


Louisville 


BS Dietetics 




TARA BOWEN 


Carlisle 


BS Elementary Education 




BRENDA BOWLES 


Valley Station 


BBA Electronic Data Processing 




CORA BOWLING 


Catlettsburg 


BS Special Education 




DEBORAH BOWLING 


Buckhorn, NY 


BBA Accounting 




EDWARD BOWLING 


Fogertown 


BBA Business Management 




SANDRA BOWLING 


Fogertown 


BS Elementary Education 




LOLA BRASHEAR 


Viper 



BS Corrections 
DAVID BREEN Monmouth Junction, NJ 

BS Wildlife Management 

DEBBIE BRIGHT Dayton, OH 

BS Elementary Education & Kindergarten 
DORIS BRIGHTWELL Carrollton 

BS Child Development 
PATRICIA BRINDLEY Carrollton 

BS Police Administration 
BARBARA BRINEGAR Maryville, TN 

BS Psychology 



LEFT: Assignments need not always be done in the room. This 
drawing student uses one of the many beautiful buildings on 
campus as a model for his sketch. 



Seniors/Bot-Bri 345 



Homecoming — A Weekend of Excitement 



DAVID BRITT 


Louisville 


BA History 




ANNE BROCK 


Bondville 


BA Broadcasting 




JAN BROCK 


Sydney 


BS Home Economcis 




SUSAN BROCK 


Crab Orchard 


BS Elementary Education 




ROSEMARY BROCKMAN 


Morristown, NJ 


BSN Nursing 




TIM BROOKS 


London 


BS Agriculture 




JOHN BROWN 


Middlesboro 


BS Police Administration 




WALTER BROWN 


Lexington 


BBA Business Management 




JAMES BROWNING 


Lebanon 


BS Industrial Arts Education 




RICK BRUMFIELD 


Louisville 


BS Police Administration 




LINDA BRUNTON 


Louisville 


BS Psychology 




DEBRA BRYANT 


Baxter 


BSN Nursing 




JACKIE BRYANT 


Elizabethtown 


BA Electronic Data Processing 




NELLIE BUCHANAN 


Alexandria 


BS Home Economics 




GWEN BUFFINGTON 


Danville 


BS Speech Pathology & Audio 


ogy 


DAN BULISHAK 


Lexington 


BS Law Enforcement 




GWEN BULLOCK 


Cumberland 


BSN Nursing 




DALE BUMPASE 


Lexington 


BS Special Education 




BETTY BUNCH 


Monticello 


BS Elementary Education 




GARY BURCHAM 


Hazard 


BS Elementary Education 




RAMONA BURCHETT 


Morehead 


SUSAN BURCHETT 


Williamson, W.VA 


BS Business Education 




PATRICK BURDETTE 


Lebanon 


BA Corrections 




JAN BURDINE 


Lexington 


BSN Nursing 




PHIL BURGESS 


Lexington 


BA Art 




MIKE BURNETT 


Springboro, OH 


BS Industrial Technology 




BECKY BURTON 


Catlettsburg 


BS Elementary Education 




SHEILA BURTON 


Nicholasville 


BS Elementary Education 






346 Seniors/Bri-Bur 




TERESA BURTON Rush 

BA Speech Pathology 
TERESA BUTLER Louisville 

BBA Marketing 
LEE ANN BUXTON Richmond 

BSN Nursing 
CYNTHIA BYRD Louisville 

BS Law Enforcement & Corrections 

GLEN BYRD Eaton, OH 

BA Broadcasting 
DOYLE CAFFEE Louisville 

BS Political Science 
GREGORY CALDWELL Fincastle, VA 

BS Police Administration 
NANCY CAMENISCH Stanford 

BS Special Education 




ABOVE: Joe Orrender takes his time selecting a flower for someone speciaL The Agriculture Club sold the mums before the 
Homecoming game. RIGHT: Clowns were only a small part of the Homecoming festivities which were enjoyed by all on a cool sunny 
morning. 



Seniors/Bur-Cam 347 



Hard Work Keeps the Body Fit 




BETTY CAMELL 


Morrill 


BS Child Development 




KEVIN CAMPBELL 


Louisville 


BA Transportation 




LINDA CAMPBELL 


Hamilton 


BS Elementary Education 




MARY CAMPBELL 


Jamestown 


BS Child Development 




WILLIAM CAMPBELL 


Louisville 


BA Ent^lish Teaching 




DEBBIE CANNAVAN 


Lexington 


BS Elementary Education & Kindergarten 


KIMBERLY CANTER 


Lexington 


BBA Business Management 




WANDA CARLISLE 


Finchville 


BS Agriculture 




GINNY CARPENTER 


Anchorage 


BA English 




NORMAN CARPENTER L 


exington Park, MD 


BS Fire Protection & Control 




ELIZABETH CARRUBA 


Cumberland 


BME Music 




BERNARD CARTER 


Richmond 


BA Electronic Data Processing 




CONSTANCE CARTER 


Litchfield 


BS Nursing 




SYLVIA CARTER 


Magnolia 


BS Physical Education 




BILLYE CASS 


Brodhead 


BBA Business Management 




LINDA CASSADY 


Edmonton 


BS Medical Technology 






348 Seniors/Cam-Cas 




LEFT: The weight room located in Alumni Coliseum enables Eastern's 
students to build up muscles and increase their athletic ability. 
OPPOSITE PACE: Exercise sessions in Sullivan Hall help these co-eds 
keep in shape. 




GLEN CASTEEL Berea 

BA History and Police Administration 
STEPHEN CASTLE Seco 

BBA Accounting 
CHARLES CAUDILL North Bend, OH 

BS Physics 
PATRICIA CAUDILL Tyner 

BS Psychology 



lUDITH CAULK 

BA Art 
ANNE CHAMBERLIN 

BA Art Education 
AUGUSTINE CHAN 

BBA Management 
CHEONG CHAN 

BBA Finance 

PHYLLIS CHENG 

BS Marketing 
BARBARA CHERNE 

BS Special Education 
BRIAN CHIC 

BA Theatre Arts 
VINCE CHRISMAN 

BME Instrumental 

JACKIE CHRISTENSEN 
CHERYL CHRISTOPHER 

BBA Accounting 
BURL CLARK 

BA Political Science 
CATHERINE CLARK 

BS Interior Design 



Campbellsville 

Campton 

Hong Kong 

Hong Kong 

Hong Kong 

Middletown, NJ 

Frankfort 

Clawson, Ml 

Louisville 
Carrollton 

Paris 

Jeffersontown 



Seniors/Cas-CIa 349 



LEIGHANNE CLARK 


Ashland 


BS Business 




STEVEN CLARK 


Whitley City 


BA History 




REGINALD CLARKE 


Lancaster 


Pre-Engineering 




ALECIA CLAUNCH 


Harrodsburg 


BS Business Education 




BERDIECHAMBERLAIN 


N. Middletown 


BS Technical Agriculture 




DEBRA CLICK 


Ashland 



BS Special & Elementary Education 
DANIEL CLOSE Elizabethtown 

BS Industrial Technology 
JACK CLOYD Corbin 

BBA Accounting 





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ABOVE: This student finds the plaza area to be a good place to study while getting a suntan. Between classes, the benches between 
the Powell and Wallace buildings are filled with students making hasty preparation for their next class. 



350 Seniors/Cla-CIo 



Afternoon Sunshine Enhances Studying 




PATTY COBB 




Louisville 


BS Interior Design 






JERRY COLDIRON 




Florence 


BS Technical Horticulture 






SHIRLEY COLE 




Lexington 


BS Elementary Education & 


Kinder 


■garten 


SANDRA COLEMAN 




Louisville 


BA History 






JIMMYCOLLINS 




Manchester 


BBA Administrative Management 




FLINT COLTHARP 




Park Hills 


BS Technical Horticulture 






CAROLYN COMBS 




Owensboro 


BBA Real Estate 






CRAIG COMBS 




Richmond 


BA Journalism 






DONNA COMBS 




Dillsboro, IN 


BA Accounting 






MARCIA COMBS 




London 


BS Recreation & Park Administration 


RAMONA COMBS 




Jackson 


BS Elementary Education & 


Kindei 


'garten 


TOM COMBS 




Catlettsburg 


BS Rehabilitation Education 






DAVID CONN 




Lebanon, OH 


BS Physical Education 






GREGORY COOK 




Franklin, OH 


BS Elementary Education 






ABBY COOL 




Pikeville 


BSN Nursing 






JOHN COOPER 




Beattyville 


BS Industrial Technology 






KATRINA COOPER 




Barlow 


BA Social Work & Psycholo 


gy 




B. JO ANN CORSON 




Concord, NH 


BS Recreation & Park Administration 


JO ANN CORUM 




Manchester 


BA Political Science 






TIMOTHY COSTELLO 




Auburn, NY 


BA Law Enforcement 






JEAN COTTON 




Fairfield 


BS Child Development 






VICKI COUCH 




Hyden 


BS Home Economics Education 




CARL COVEY 




Irvine 


BA Industrial Technology 






SHERYL COX 




Berea 


BS Elementary Education 






PEGGY COY 




Richmond 


BS Special Education 






ANDY COYLE 




Gravel Switch 


BS Technical Agriculture 






MARSHALL CRAFT 




Whitesburg 


BS Elementary Education & 


Kindergarten 


MICKEY CRAIG 




Butler 


BS Wildlife Biology 







Seniors/Cob-Cra 351 



Social Life is Great at EKU 



SUE CRAIG 


Cincinnati, OH 


BME Music Education 




DENNIS CRAVEN 


Covington 


BBA Marketing 




ROBERT CRESSMAN 


Kearney, N] 


BS Physical Education 




MEL CRISPEN 


Franklin, OH 


Micro-Biology 




CATHY CROZIER 


Louisa 


BS Interior Design 




DAVID CRUSE 


Richmond 


BBA Marketing 




JOHN CRUSE 


Winchester 


BS Police Administration & 


Industrial Security 


VICKIE CRUSE 


Richmond 


DEBBIECULL 


Carrollton 


BS Elementary Education & 


Kindergarten 


CYNTHIA CULVER 


Coshocton, OH 


BS Fashion Merchandising 




CATHY CUNDIFF 


London 


BS Elementary Education 




DEBBIE CURL 


West Point 


BS Special Education 




BRIDGETCUTCHALL 


jamesburg, NJ 


BS Speech Pathology & Auc 


iology 


GARY DAILEY 


Louisville 


BS Recreation & Park Administration 


TERRY DAILEY 


Harrodsburg 


BS Physical Education 




MICHAEL DALEY 


Ft. Thomas 


BBA Marketing 




CHRISTY DALTON 


Troy, OH 


BS Elementary Education 




KEITH DANIEL 


Ashland 


BS Finance 




SUSAN DANIELS 


Franklin, PA 


BME Music Education 




JOHN DANKO 


Lexington 


BS Police Administration 




SURESHA DAS 


Louisville 


BS Medical Technology 




SANDRA DASH 


Berea 


BS Dietetics 




ELSIE DAVENPORT 


Daisy, TN 


BS Corrections 




KATHI DAVIS 


Monticello 


BME Music Education 




LISA DAVIS 


Louisville 


BS Technical Horticulture 




MURRELL DAVIS 


Pineville 



Industrial Arts Education & Agriculture 
PATRICIA DAVIS Calvin 

BA Library Science 
RICHARD DAVIS Berea 

BBA Business Administration 




352 Seniors/Cra-Dav 




LEFT: Last year's craze was disco; "Saturday Night Fever" sparked 
its popularity. When "Animal House" became a hit, faddists did 
not discard disco; they danced on, but in different garb — the 
toga. The toga party scene from "Animal House" was recreated 
countless times in Richmond's downtown entertainment centers. 
This couple topped off their togas with some optional apparel as 
they danced through the evening. 




TERRELL DAVIS 

BS Recreation and Corrections 
PATRICIA DAWSON 

BB Accounting 
JOHN DAY 

BME Music 
LARRY DAY 

BA English Education 

LAURA DAY 

BSN Nursing 
CATHY DEATON 

BS Physical Education 
STEVEN, DeBELL 

BS Police Administration 
GEORGE DEMAREE 



Frankfort 

Richmond 

Floyd's Knob, IN 

Cincinnati, OH 

Whitesburg 

Trenton, OH 

Cox's Creek 

Louisville 



BS Corrections & Business Administration 

JOANDEMPSEY Greenville 

BS Elementary Education 
LISA DENHAM Maysville 

BS Library Science 
DEBORAH DENNEY Monticello 

BS Speech Pathology & Audiology 
ANDREW DENNIS Lawrenceburg 

BBA General Business 



Seniors/Dav-Den 353 




ABOVE: Youngsters at Model School learn the importance of correct 
telephone usage, as this one illustrates with the help from a teacher, 
phone, and board costume. RIGHT: Low branches enable these faculty 
member's children to entertain themselves on a warm and sunny after- 
noon. 




CATHERINE DENZINGER 

BA Horticulture 
CLAUDIA DENZINGER 

BA Interior Design 
LYNN DESPARD 

BS Psychology 
JAYNE DEVELIN 

BS Special Education 

KAREN DeVORE 

BSN Nursing 
TIMOTHY DeWEESE 

BAA Management 
JANICE DICKSON 

BA Special Education 
SUSAN DIECKMANN 

BA Library Science 



Anchorage 

Anchorage 

Berea 

Moorestown, NJ 

Louisville 

Valley Station 

Louisville 

Cincinnati, OH 



CAROL DIEM 

BS Recreation & Park Administration 
TIM DISTLER 

BS Police Administration 
JOSEPH DIXON 

BBA Management 
JOHN DOHERTY 

BBA Finance 



ROBERT DOLLAR 

BS Police Administration 
VICKI DOOLIN 
MARY DORRIS 

BS Special Education 
JEFFERY DOTSON 

BS Special Education 



Mt. Ephraim, NJ 

Cleves, OH 

Corbin 

Ft. Thomas 

Hopkinsville 



Lancaster 
Ridgetop, TN 

Coeburn, VA 




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354 Seniors/Den-Dot 



Learning — Playing Important Experiences 





RICHARD DOWNING Tripoli, Libya 

BS Fire Protection & Law Enforcement 
PATRICIA DUGGER Pottstown, PA 

BS Public Health 
KATHRYN DUNBAR Catlettsburg 

BS Speech Pathology 
BERNA DUNCAN Richmond 

BA Speech Communications & Human Relations 



£^^ 



SANDRA DUNCAN 


Fairdale 


BS Occupational Therapy 




RODNEY DUNFORD 


Somerset 


BS Industrial Technology 




ROBERT DUNKLE 


Loveland, OH 


BBA Accounting 




DEBBIE DUNLAP 


Wilmington, OH 


BBA Office Administration 




KIM DUNN 


Lexington 


BS Medical Record Administration 


BARBARA DURHAM 


Harrodsburg 


BS Special Education 




ELIZABETH DYE 


Stanford 


BSN Nursing 




MARTIN EAST 


Nicholasville 


BA History 




ANN EATON 


Louisville 


BA Art Education 




NATHAN EDDRINGTON 


Stanford 


BBA General Business 




ANN EDELEN 


Louisville 


BA Social Work 




RICHARD EDGINGTON 


S. Portsmouth 


BS Microbiology 




SUSAN EDMON 


Ashland 


BA Interior Design 




CAROL EDMONDS 


Culver City, CA 


BS Physical Education 




YVONNE EDMONDS 


Bowling Green 


BA Broadcasting 




RAY EDWARDS 


Winchester 


BA History 




JUDYEFFLER 


Cincinnati, OH 


Fashion Merchandising 




HELEN EIGENBERG 


Gering, NEB 


BS Corrections 




LAWRENCE ELBERT 


Louisville 


BBA Accounting 




CHERYL ELFERS 


Ft. Wright 


BSN Nursing 




DEBRAELKINS 


Jonesville 


BS Physical Education 




KENNETH EMRY 


Cleveland, OH 


BBA Accounting 




BRUCE EMERSON 


Richmond 


BBA Management 




GAIL EMERY 


West Chester, OH 


BS Corrections 





Seniors/Dow-Eme 355 



DIANE ENGLE Louisville 

BSN Nursing 
VICTORIA ERSCHELL Ft. Thomas 

BS Community Health 
CARLDINE ESTELLE Louisville 

BBA Electronic Data Processing 
CANDY EVANS Middlesboro 

BS Elementary Education & Kindergarten 

DEBBIE EVANS Batavia, OH 

BS Fashion Merchandising 
MARK EVANS Clarendon Hills, IL 

BS Recreation & Park Administration 
PHILLIP EVANS Cumberland 

BBA Marketing 
ARCHIE EVERAGE Hindman 

BBA Management 




RIGHT: If a chou; li.is to be clone, it may as well be done in com- 
fort. This co-ed takes advantage of the pleasant weather to take 
care of some mending in the ravine. ABOVE: The ravine isn't only 
a place to work, it's a place to enjoy. This girl shows off her 
acrobatic ability. 







356 Seniors/Eng-Eve 



Fall Weather Enjoyed By All 





BOBETTAEVERACE Hindman 

BS Elementary Education & Kindergarten 
JULIA FAEHR Morningview 

BS Recreation & Park Administration 
PATH FAESY Lexington 

BS Psychology 
DAVID FAIRFAX Louisville 

BS Industrial Technology 



DENNIS FAN 


Bangkok, Thailand 


BBA General Business 




H. W. FARMER 


Lexington 


BA Journalism & Broadcasting 




DEBORAH FARIS 


Florence 


BA Art Education 




LISA FARTHING 


Bethel Park, PA 


BS Special Education 




PHILLIP RETT 


New Carlisle, OH 


BS Political Science 




LIZABETH FIELDS 


Atlanta, GA 


BBA Marketing 




STEVEN FiCKS New Cumberland, PA 


BS Fire Prevention Control 




JAMIE FISHER 


Dayton, OH 


BS Industrial Arts Education 




LINDA G.FISHER 


Louisville 


BS School Health 




DOUGLAS FLATT 


Jamestown 


BBA Business Management 




MARILYN FLESHMAN 


Charleston, W.VA 


BBA Accounting 




PATRICIA FLOOD 


Louisville 


BS Child Development 




TERESA FLOYD 


Ashland 


BA Legal Assistance 




CATHERINE FLYNN 


Frankfort 


BA Spanish 




SUSAN FLYNN 


Louisville 


BSN Nursing 




TIM FLYNN 


Springdale, OH 


BA Social Work 




ADRAIN FOSTER 


Cocoa Beach, FL 


BS Environmental Resources 




KENNETH FOSTER 


Lexington 


BBA Business 




JENNIFER FRALEY 


Lawrenceburg 


BS Elementary Education 




DAVID FRANCIS 


Lancaster, OH 


BS Physical Education 




BECKY FRANKLIN 


Ashland 


BS Dietetics 




WANDA FRAZIER 


Lexington 


BBA Electronic Dat^ Processing 


TINA FRYE 


Ewing 


BS Physical Education 




DONNA FULTZ 


Ashland 


BS Special Education 





Seniors/Eve-Ful 357 



Even Pets Attend Greek Events 



PAMELA FUSON Xenia, OH 

BS Special Education 
BEULAH GABBARD Altro 

BS Child Development 
TIMOTHY GAFFIN West Union, OH 

BS Physical Education & Athletic Training 
JEANNETTE GAITSKILL Mt. Sterling 



ANDREW GALL 


Ft. Thomas 


BS Pre-Pharmacy 




KEVIN GALLAHER 


Louisville 


BA Broadcasting 




DEBBIE GALLIVAN 


Paris 


BBA Data Processing 




SHERRY GARNER 


Milford, OH 


BS Textiles 




FRANCINE GARRETT 


Richmond 


BS Accounting 




SUSIE GARRIS 


Cumberland 


BS Speech Pathology 




JO ANN GATES 


Louisville 


BS Special Education 




VICKI GECKS 


Somerset 


BS Speech Pathology 




CATHY CEDROCK 


Pittsburgh, PA 


BBA General Business 




RICHARD CENTNER 


Syracuse, NY 


BA History 




BECKY GIBSON 


Richmond 


BA Office Administration 




KAREN GIBSON 


Springfield 


BS Rehabilitation 




REBECCA GIBSON 


Louisville 


BS Business Education 




MARY GILKISON 


Winchester 


BS Elementary Education 




MARY GILTNER 


Park Hills 


BS Recreation & Park Administration 


DANIEL GLAB 


Hinsdale, IL 


BA Political Science 




SUSAN GODLEWSKI 


Lexington 


BA History 




DEBORAH GOFF 


Somerset 


BBA Accounting 




DONNA COINS 


Richmond 


BS Elementary Education 




JEFFREY GOODE 


Springfield 


BS Agriculture 




CHRIS GOODWIN 


Louisville 


BS Physical Education 




VICTORIA GORMAN 


Louisville 


BBA Real Estate 




TARA GOSSER 


Cincinnatti, OH 


BME Voice 




WILLIAM GRADEL 


Ft. Wright 


BS Police Administration 






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358 Seniors/Fus-Gra 




DONNA GRAFT 

BS Fashion Merchandising 
TERRY GRAHAM 

BS Industrial Technology 
RONNIE CRAY 

BS Police Administration 
HOLLY GREEN 

BS Physical Education 

LINDA GREEN 

BA Legal Assistance 
CATHERINE GREEN 
DONNA GREENSTEIN 

BS Business Education 
BRENDA CREENWELL 

BBA Accounting 

NANCYGREIVE 

BS Math 
DEBORAH GRESHMAN 

BS Special Education 
GREGORY GRIFFIN 

BBA General Business 
RHODERICK GRIFFIN 

BBA Accounting 



RONALDGRIFFIN 

BBA Marketing 
SHARON GRIFFITH 

BS Psychology & Corrections 
TERRY GRIFFITH 

BS Police Administration 
MARK GRIM 

BBA Accounting 



Louisville 
Danville 
Campbellsville 
Cincinnati, OH 

Leatherwood 

Hebron 
Messapequa Park, NY 



Bardstown 

Louisville 

Danville 

Florence 

Newark, OH 

Lexington 

Gulston 

Redding, PA 

Paintsville 




LEFT: Janet Hume admires a puppy being held 
by Bruce Casella. This tiny dog was an unusual 
attraction of the SAE County Fair; others were 
painted faces and game booths sponsored by 
all Creeks. 



Seniors/Gra-Gri 359 




PATRICKGRUGIN 


Frankfort 


BAA Management 




WANDA GUINN 


Monticello 


BS Business Education 




TROY GUMM 


E. Bernstadt 


BAA Accounting 




PAMELA HAAG 


Louisville 


BME Music Education 




MARIE HAGER 


Lexington 


BA Legal Assistance 




MICHAEL HAHN 


Huntertown, IN 


BS Turfgrass Management 




KENNETH HALCHAK 


Pittsburgh, PA 


BS Police Administration 




CYNTHIA HALE 


Burnside 


BS Police Administration 




BARRY HALL 


Ravenna 


BA Political Science 




BILLIE HALL 


Irvine 



BS Physical Education & School Health 
GREGORY HALL Fairfax, VA 

BS Industrial Technology 
JACKIE HALL Frankfort 

BFA Musical Theatre 

SUSAN HALL Kettering, OH 

BS Speech Pathology & Audiology 
GREGORY HAMILTON Melbourne 

BAA Marketing 
JOSEPH HAMILTON Bardstown 

BS Geology 
KAREN HAMILTON Verona 

BME Voice 




Mlil^ '^ 




.^n^.%, 



360 Seniors/Cru-Ham 



Friends Add to College Life 




OPPOSITE PACE: Among the many aspects of 
college life is the gaining of friendships, as 
shown here by the sisters of Alpha Delta Pi 
sorority. LEFT: These two girls enjoy a pleasant 
conversation on the steps of Sullivan Hall. 




j^/^i 



KIRK HAMILTON Louisville 

BA Public Relations 
KRISTIN HAMILTON Louisville 

BS Recreation 
SHARON HANCOCK Louisville 

BS Medical Technology 
SHARON HANDLEY Elizabethtown 

BS Elementary Education 

CATHERINE HANKS Lawrenceburg 

BM Music 
DIANNE HANNEKEN Ft. Mitchell 

BS Elementary & Special Education 
JOYCE HANSEL Mt. Vernon 

BS Elementary Education 
SANDRA HARBIN Calvin 

BS Fashion Merchandising 

JOHN HARKEY Indianapolis, IN 

BBA Finance 
STEELE HARMON Stanford 

BBA Electronic Data Processing 
DAVID HARPER Ft. Thomas 

BBA Accounting 
LINDA HARPER Centerville, OH 

BSN Nursing 

ANNA HARRIS Prestonsburg 

BS Psychology & Political Science 
CASSIE HARRIS Elkton 

BS Elementary & Special Education 
REBECCA HARRIS Louisville 

BS Math Education 
KAY HARRISON Mason, OH 

BS Recreation 



Seniors/Ham-Har 361 



Fountain — A Site of Many Happenings 



SUSAN HARRISON E. Bernstadt 

BBA Accounting 
ANGELIA HARROD Frankfort 

BS Child Development & Kindergarten 
MARGARET HART Flemingsburg 



PAULINE HART 

BS Elementary Education 



Richmond 



MICHAEL HASH 


Corbin 


BBA Business 




VICTORIA HASH 


Louisville 


BS Public Health & Medical A 


ssisting Technology 


DALE HASHACEN 


Louisville 


BS Occupational Therapy 




CAROL HATFIELD 


Ashland 


BS Rehabilitation Education 




NANCY HATHAWAY 


McMurray, PA 


BA Journalism 




RITA HAUBNER 


Butler 


BS Elementary Education & Kindergarten 


FREDERICK HAWKINS 


Richmond 


BA Drafting Design & Techno 


logy 


DIANE HAWLEY 


Ow/ensville, OH 


BS Physical Education 




RICHARD HAYES 


Tyner 


BBA Insurance 




FRANCES HAYNES 


Crestwood 


BS Rehabilitation 




CANDACE HEARN 


Waddy 


BS Elementary Education 




CRAIG HEGE 


St. Thomas, PA 


BS Police Administration 




DAVID HEIGL 


Louisville 


BM Music 




LAURIE HELGREN 


Orlando, EL 


BS Police Administration 




JIM HELMINSKI 


Greer, SC 


BS Police Administration 




CAROLYN HENDERSON 


Richmond 


BS Business Education 




JENNIFER HENDERSON 


Ashland 


BS Public Health 




SHERRY HENDERSON 


Simpsonville, SC 


BS Police Administration 




WILLIAM HENDRICKS 


Kettering, OH 


BS Police Administration 




DEBBIE HENDRICKSON 


Versailles 


BBA Office Administration 




DONNA HENRY 


Hamilton, OH 


BBA Electronic Data Processin 


g 


MARY HENSLEY 


Richmond 


BS Interior Design 




SUE HENSLEY 


Oneida 


BBA Management 




JERRY HENSLEY 


Tankslay 


BS Psychology 






362 Seniors/Har-Hen 




Wr"iri!(|H! 



L.' 



when the weather is agreeable the fountain 
area is a natural setting for outdoor gather- 
ings. One can always find people studying, 
resting, or socializing anytime of the day or 





SHERRI HENSON 


Cynthiana 


BS Recreation 




VALERIE HERB 


Shepherdsville 


BS Corrections 




DIANA HESTER 


Rush 


BS Special Education 




MARK HESTER 


Cincinnati, OH 


BBA Management 




TIMOTHY HEWLETT 


Louisa 


BS Data Processing 




KURT HEYER 


Danville 


BS Environmental Resources 




DIANA HIBBARD 


London 


BA Social Work 




ANITA HIBBITTS 


London 


BSN Nursing 




JULIE HICKEY 


New Albany, IN 


BS Pre-Medicine 




MARGARET HILES 


Springfield, OH 


BBA Accounting 




CAROL HILL 


Richmond 


BSN Nursing 




KEN HILL 


Corbin 


BBA Finance 





Seniors/Hen-Hil 363 



VINCENT HILL 


Corbin 


BBA Accounting 




CATHY HILLMAN 


Ashland 


BS Spanish & Psychology 




RAYMOND HILS 


Cincinnati, OH 


6S Recreation 




JO ANN HIMMLER 


Edgewood 


BS Elementary Education 




CARYHINTON 


Russell 


BBA Accounting 




TERRY HISSOM 


Richmond 


BS Library Science 




DONNA HITCHCOCK 


Volga 


BS Elementary Education 




DEBBIE HOBBS 


Vine Grove 


BS Business Education 




DEBORAH HODGE 


Lexington 


BME Music Education 




VICTORIA HOGUE 


Louisville 


BS Psychology & Rehabilitation 




MARK HOLBROOK 


Prestonsburg 


BS Police Administration 




TERRELL HOLBROOK 


Roanoke, VA 


BS Police Administration 




DWAINHOLDERBAUM 


Franklin, OH 


BS Biology 




MICHAEL HOLLIFIELD 


Owensboro 


BS Industrial Technology 




TAMARA HOLLISTER 


Centerviile, OH 


BS Ornamental Horticulture 




LOIS HOLLON 


Irvine 


BA Broadcasting & Theatre Arts 




MARLENA HOLMES 


McDaniels 


BBA Electronic Data Processing 




SHERRI HOLTZAPPLE 


Lebanon, OH 


BS Elementary Education 




KAREN HOPKINS 


Pineville 


BA Social Work 




DONNA HORN 


Corbin 


BS Interior Design 




THOMAS HORN 


Finchville 


BME Music Education 




HELEN HORNSBY 


Winchester 


BA Social Work 




HAROLD HORTON 


Taylors, SC 


BS Fire Prevention 




WANDA HORTON 


Dayton, OH 


BBA Marketing 




JANHOSKINS 


Georgetown 


BA Management 




DEBBIE HOSKINSON 


Elizabethtown 


BS Interior Design 




RAYMOND HOUSE 


Cincinnati, OH 


BS Physical Education 




SUZANNE HOVIS 


Louisville 



BS Special Education 




364 Seniors/Hil-Hov 




SANDRA HOWARD Cincinnati, OH 

BS Nursing 
H. BRADLEY HOVVETT Brookville, OH 

BS Biology & Chemistry 
TIMOTHY HOYT Huron, OH 

BS Police Administration 
JEFFERY HUBLEY York, PA 

BS Law Enforcement 

VICKIE HUFFMAN Lancaster 

BA Business & Medical Secretary 
DUANE HUGHES Winston 

BA Political Science 
YOLANDA HUGHLETT Louisville 

BS Juvenile Corrections 
JANET HUME Lexington 

BS Corrections 

DEBORAH HUNLEY Milford, OH 

BSN Nursing 
JUDY HUNTER Carlisle 

BS Elementary Education 
CATHY HUTCHINS Bardstown 

BS Medical Technology 
ORA HYDE London 

BBA Accounting 

STEVEN HYMER Berea 

BS Physical Education 
ALICE INMAN Lawrenceburg 

BS Speech Pathology & Audiology 
JERI ISAACS Louisville 

BBA Accounting 
JERI ISBELL Lexington 

BBA Accounting 



KATHYISON 

BS Elementary Education 
NORMA ISON 

BA Broadcasting 
DOUGLAS JACKSON 

BA Corrections 
JILLANNA JACKSON 

BA Social Work 



Russell Springs 

Ashland 

Birmingham, AL 

Leitchfield 



KAREN JACKSON Chicago, IL 

BS Special Education Rehabilitation 
RALPH JACKSON Oil Springs 

BS Math 
YOLANDA JACKSON Lexington 

BS Recreation & Park Administration 
JULIANA JACOBER Ft. Wright 

BS Horticulture 



LISA JACOBS 

BS Special Education 
MICHAEL JAMES 

BBA 
GARY JAMESON 

BBA Marketing 
THOMAS JAMESON 

BBA Marketing 



Lexington 

Richmond 

Nashville, TN 

Elizabethtown 



Seniors/How-Jam 365 



students Dread Rainy Weather 



MARY JENKINS Newcastle 

BA Broadcasting 
MARY JENNE Louisville 

BS Elementary Education & Kindergarten 
EDWARD JOHNSON Danville 

BS Law Enforcement 
JOHN JOHNSON Stone 

BS Law Enforcement 

LAURA JOHNSON Cincinnati, OH 

BS Elementary Education & Kindergarten 

PAULETTE JOHNSON Catlettsburg 

BS Special Education 

SUZAN JOHNSON Tequesta, FL 

BBA Legal Secretary & Business Administration 

WORLEY JOHNSON Richmond 

Public Administration 



GLENN JOHNSTON 


Catom 


BS Law Enforcement 




KATHRYN JOHNSTON 


Kettering, OH 


BS Recreation & Park Administration 


KERRI JOLLY 


Owensboro 


BS Interior Design 




TSANE JONE 


Hong Kong 


BS Law Enforcement 




DEBBIEJONES 


Carlisle 


BS Technical Horticulture 




JANEY JONES 


Richmond 


BS School Health 




KIMBERLY JONES 


Toledo, OH 


BA Broadcasting 




LOIS JONES 


Paris 


BS Therapeutic Recreation 




CAROLYN JOSEPH 


Avawam 


BS Psychology 




JAYNE JUDD Gross 


Pointe Farms, Ml 


BS Dietetics 




DIANA JUSTICE 


Pikeville 


BS Psychology 




STEVEN JUSTICE 


Winchester 


BS Food Service Administration 




MICHIOKAMOSHIDA 


Tokyo, Japan 


BBA Electronic Data Processing 




ANNE KANNAPELL 


Prospect 


BS Biology & Environmental Resources 


LEE KARSNER 


Frankfort 


BS Police Administration 




JAMES KAUFMAN 


Aliquippa, PA 


BS Corrections 




DEBORAH KEARNS 


Richmond 


BS Elementary Education 




STEVE KEMP 


Mt. Gilead, OH 


Public Administration 




KAREN KEMPF 


Jamestown 


BS Speech & Hearing 




DAVID KENNEDY 


Columbus, OH 




4 * ^^ ^1 



BS Forensic Science 




366 Seniors/)en-Ken 




CRAIG KESSLER 

BS Education 
HOPE KEY 

BS Police Administration 
PETER KEY 

BBA Management 
KATHY KIDD 

BA Special Education 



New Lebanon, OH 

W. Point 

Louisville 

Junction City 



Smithville 

Amelia, OH 

Crab Orchard 



RALPH KILBY 

BS Industrial Technology 
DONNA KILGORE 

BFA Performing Arts 
MARY KILLEN 

BS Elementary Education & Kindergarten 
KAREN KIMBERLAIN Franklin, OH 

BS Public Health 



LEFT: This student comes prepared to stay dry 
while walking to class. The rainy days always 
put a damper on campus life. 



Seniors/Kes-Kim 367 




ABOVE: Smiling faces are a necessity for becoming a member of the Little Colonel Drill Team. The drill 
team entertains crowds at football and basketball games — by performing routines to the band's music. 



VIRGIL KINCAID 

BS Industrial Arts Education 
WILLIAM KINCAID 

BA Forensics & Chemistry 
BEVERLY KINDELL 

BS Police Administration 
CATHY KINDER 

BS Elementary Education 

MICHAEL KINCHELOE 

BBA Real Estate 
BARBARA KING 

BA Broadcasting 
CHERYL KING 

BS Nursing 
MARK KING 

BS Agriculture 



Beattyville 

Middletown 

W. Milton, OH 

Lexington 

Prospect 

Greyson 

Richmond 

Danville 



RONALD KING Richmond 

BS Nursing 
SHAUNA KING Taylor Mill 

BA Public Relations with Political Science Minor 
CHERYL KINKADE Lietchfield 

BSN Nursing 
CLAUDIA KIRBY Troy, OH 

BS Elementary Education 

KIMBERLY KIRBY Mt. Vernon 

BS Corrections 
FRED KIRCHHOFF Lexington 

BS Wildlife Management 
ROBERTA KISER Burnside 

BA Legal Assisting 
TERRI KISER Rock House 

BA Art Education & Library Science 




358 Seniors/Kin-Kis 



Little Colonels Provide Halftime Show 




KAREN KLENSCH 


Covington 


BS Dietetics & Nutrition Care 




WILLIAM KLINGSTEIN 


Indianapolis, IN 


BS Industrial Arts Education 




ROY KNIGHT 


Louisville 


BS Vocational Education 




GLENN KNIPPENBERG 


Lexington 


BBA Management 




ROBYNKO 


Wilkes, NC 


BSN Nursing 




NANCY KOIER 


Lynch 


BS Deaf Education 




DIANE KOWITZ 


Jacksonville, EL 


BS Police Administration 




CHARLES KRAMER 


Salem IN 


BME Music 




KAREN KRAUSS 


Lexington 


BS Special Education 




LYNN KREMPER 


Lexington 


BS Child Development 




LYNNE KRUER 


Louisville 


BS Journalism 




DOLORES KRUSPE 


Lexington 


BS Correctional Services 




CAROL KUEBBING 


Ft. Wright 


BS Nursing 




CAROLYN LAINHART 


McKee 


BA Legal Assistance 




LEWIE LAMBERT 


Louisville 


BA Social Work 




ANNETTE LANE 


Lexington 


BSN Nursing 




DONNA LANG 


Germantown 


BS Eashion Textiles 




JONNA LANG 


Germantown 


BS Fashion Merchandising 




WAYNE LANG 


Louisville 


BS Environmental Health 




DANIEL LANGUEDOC 


Paintsville 


BA Social Work 




PHYLLIS LANIER 


La Center 



BBA Data Processing Computer Science 
DIANNE LASH Richmond 

BA Public Health 
PAUL LASLO Mentor, OH 

BS Industrial Arts Education 
KIN LAU Hong Kong 

BS Industrial Education 

BARRY LAWSON Cynthiana 

BaMM Music Education & Music Merchandising 

KATHY LAWSON Centerville, OH 

BS Elementary Education & Kindergarten 

VICKI LAWSON Richmond 

BS Business Education 

CARLOTTA LEACH Omaha, NB 

BBA Accounting 



' Seniors/Kle-Lea 369 



HOLLY LEACH W. Prestonsburg 

BA Planning & Development 
CECILY LEE Taiwan, R.O.C. 

MBA Data Processing 
DEBORAH LEE Shively 

BA English 
TIM LEIVVIG Kettering, OH 

BS Recreation & Park Administration 



CAROL LEVERIDGE Bowling Green 

BS Speech Pathology & Audiology 
BERLINDA LEWIS 

BBA Data Processing 
JAMES LEWIS 



BS Physical Education 
PENNY LEWIS 
BAA Accounting 

CATHY LICHTEFELD 

BS Nursing 
ANNE LIN 

BS Marketing 
JAMES LINK 

BA Marketing 
KATHY LISCH 

BBA Accounting 



Louisville 
Lancaster, OH 
Richmond 



Louisville 

Hong Kong 

Louisville 

Springfield, OH 





ABOVE: Paul Munsen and Mike Pate, represent Sigma Chi fraternity, by singing "You've Got A 
Friend" for their talent in the Creek Follies, sponsored by the sisters of Alpha Delta Pi. 



370 Seniors/Lea-Lis 



Displaying Talent is Part of Greek Life 




DONALD LLOYD 


Boston 


BS Fire Prevention & Control 




PRUDENCE LOCKE 


Horse Cave 


BS Speech Pathology 




ROBERT LOCKRIDGE 


Nicholasville 


BBA General Business 




CATHY LOCKYER 


Frankfort 


BSN Nursing 




KATHRYN LOGSDON 


Springfield 


BS Special Education 




CAROL LONG 


Franklin, OH 


BSN Nursing 




GLENN LONG 


Richmond 


BBA Accounting 




JANE LONG 


Cincinnati, OH 


BS Physical Education 




LARRY LONG 


Harrodsburg 


BBA Accounting 




DIANE LOWE 


London 


BS Elementary Education 




ELAINE LOWE 


London 


BS Elementary Education 




)ANET LOYAL 


Ft. Mitchell 


BS Fashion Merchandising 




WILLIAM LUCAS 


Barnesville, OH 


BS Police Administration 




BONNIE LUSH 


Louisville 


BBA Accounting 




ALICE LUTTRELL 


Jamestown 


BS Elementary Education 




AMY LUYSTER 


Versailles 


BBA Office Administration 




KATHI LYONS 


Louisville 


BS Corrections 




JESSIE MACKINTOSH 


Berryville, VA 


BA Special & Elementary Educat 


ion 


ALICE MAGGARD 


Hazard 


BS Dietetics 




BRENDA MAGGARD 


Whitesburg 


BSN Nursing 




PAM MAGGARD 


Clarksville, OH 


SONJA MAGGARD 


Lexington 


BS Interior Design 




MOLLY MAGINNIS 


Louisville 


BS Home Economics Education 




JEANNE MAGNUSON 


Louisville 


BBA Management 




ELIZABETH MAGURA 


Cookeville, TN 



BS Recreation & Park Administration 
WM. DAVID MALONE Mt. Sterling 

BME Voice 
CAROL MAPLES Hustonville 

BS Elementary Education 
KATHY MAPLES Jefferson City, TN 

BS Corrections 



Seniors/Llo-Map 371 



Warm Weather Makes Reading Enjoyable 



LINDALEEMARCHESE 


Franklinville, NJ 


BS Physical Education 




JEFFERY MARCUM 


Sand Gap 


BA FHistory Education 




MARILYN MARKELL 


Maysville 


BSN Nursing 




DEBBIE MARTIN 


Stanford 


BS Special Education 




GEORGE MARTIN 


Lancaster 


BBA Accounting 




JOHN MARTIN 


Crittenden 


BA Journalism 




LINDA MARTIN 


Monticello 


BS Special Education 




LISA MARTIN 


Cincinnati, OH 


BA Art Education 




LEEMARTINDALE 


St. Mary's, OH 


BS Physical Education 




CHARLENA MASON 


Booneville 


BS Police Administration 




JEAN MASSEY 


Independence 


BS Elementary Education 




PHIL MASTRANGELO 


Winchester 


BS Wildlife Management 




JENIFER MATRACIA 


Cincinnati, OH 


BS Special Education 




PEGGY McBURNEY 


Gouverneur, NY 


BA Social Work 




MARTHY McCAFFERY 


Winchester 


BS Corrections 




J. MICHAEL McCANN 


Ashland 


BA Marketing 




DONALD McCARTER 


Dyer, IN 


BS Police Administration 




LESLIE McCarthy 


Prospect 


BS Fashion Merchandising 




TERESA McCLEARY 


Athens, OH 


BS Interior Design 




JOHN McCOY 


Troy, OH 


BS History 




DEBBIE McCREARY 


Evarts 


BBA Electronic Data Processing 




POLLY McDAVITT 


Elizabethtown 


BBA Accounting 




cHRissY McDonald 


Richmond 


BS Elementary Education 




JAY McDonald 


Richmond 


BS Industrial Technology 




KAREN McDonald 


Lawrenceburg 


BBA Marketing 




BRIDGET McDonnell 


LaGrange, IL 


BS Child Development 




CARLA McFARLAND 


Ft. Thomas 


BSN Nursing 




LISA McGARY 


Madisonville 


BS Home Economics 






372 Seniors/Mar-McC 




BILLlEMcCARVEY 

BS Public Health 
JANET McGILL 

BS Public Health 
BRUCE MclNTOSH 

BBA Accounting 
ROBERT McKENNEY 

BS Industrial Technology 

MIKEMcKENZJE 

BS Special Education 

KAREN Mcknight 

BS Nursing 
BEVERLY McMAlNE 

BS Rehabilitation Education 
ROBERTA McNABB 

GREGMcWHERTER 

BS Police Administration 
DEBRA MEERS 

BBA Insurance 
JOHN MEISENHEIMER 

BS Pre Medicine 
MELISSA MELVILLE 

BS Corrections 

BARBARA MENZER 

BS Mathematics 
KEN MERIDITH 

BS Police Administration 
CRAIG MEYER 

BS Police Administration 
MARY MILBY 

BBA Accounting 



Jeffersontown 

Hustonvilie 

Elkton 

Falmouth 

Cincinnati, OH 

Lexington 

Waco 

Ashland 

Deleware, OH 

Lexington 

Richmond 

Southgate 

Hamilton, OH 

Bowling Green 

Two Rivers, Wl 

Eminenee 



RIGHT: The warm air and sunshine of early fall help provide a 
peaceful setting for studying. Here, a young co-ed takes advan- 
tage of the weather and a comfortable bench to do some 
homework. 



Seniors/McG-Mil 373 




At Eastern's basketball games, students like to show their 
enthusiasm in a variety of ways. Whether it be homemade 
pep signs or music-making, all of the games provide ex- 
citement. 






AWp WHl 

Mo H ,;<«^> J. 




Fans Cheer Colonels to Victory 




BETH MILES 


Dayton, OH 


BS Physical Education 




ANITA MILLER 


Louisville 


BS Special Education 




DEBORAH MILLER 


Jackson 


BBA Accounting 




DORA MILLER 


Rockwood, TN 


BS Public Health 




KIM MILLER 


Eairdale 


BS Corrections 




LESLIE MILLER 


Louisville 


BS Elementary Education 




MALANIE MILLER 


Ft. Knox 


BSN Nursing 




PAMELA MILLER 


Louisville 


BS Police Administration 




Pat Miller 


Cincinnati, OH 


BS Correctional Services 




RAMONA MILLER 


Fairdale 


BS Nursing 




RONALD MILLER 


Taylorsville 


BBA Accounting 




SHIRLEY MILLER 


Tompkinsville 


BSN Nursing 





BETTY MILLS Lexington 

BS Special Education & Physical Education 
MICHAEL MILLS Pineville 

BS Biology 
Theresa Mink Lancaster 

BA Administrative Office Services 
GRETCHEN MINTON 

BA Social Work 



MARK MIRACLE 
RONALD MITCHELL 

BS Industrial Technology 
WILLARD MITCHELL 

BS Law Enforcement 
DEBORAH MIZE 

BS Special & Elementary Education 



CHERYL MOCCIA 

BBA Office Administration 
CAROL MOHR 

BS Dietetics 
PHILIP MONTGOMERY 

BBA Business Administration 
BEE MOONEY 

BSN Nursing 

ROBERT MOONEY 

BS Police Administration 
DONNA MOORE 

BS Technical Horticulture 
THELMA MOORE 

BS Elementary Education 
DEBORAH MORGAN 

BSN Nursing 



Lakewood, NY 

Harlan 
Guston 

Corbin 

Mt. Vernon 

Frankfort 

Ft. Thomas 

Louisville 

Cynthiana 

Kearny, NJ 

Booneville 

Lancaster 

Wheelersburg, OH 



Seniors/Mil-Mor 375 



Christmas Spirit Alive on Campus 



DEBRAMORPHEW 


Hopkinsville 


BS Environmental Health 




JOHN MORRETT 


Troy, OH 


BBA Electronic Data Processing 




HAROLD MORRIS 


Richmond 


BBA Management 




MICHAEL MORRIS 


Versailles, OH 


BS Psychology & Corrections 




DEBORAH MOSS 


Edgewood 


BS Home Economics 




SUSAN MUDD 


Owensboro 


BA Political Science 




DEBORAH MULLINS 


Kite 


BS Industrial Technology 




JUDY MULLINS 


Eubank 


BA History 




ROWETTA MULLINS 


Dwarf 


BS Elementary Education 




SHELBY MULLINS 


Corbin 


BS Speech Pathology & Audiolo 


gy 


BRUCE MURPHY 


Pine Knott 


BA Political Science 




JEFFREY MURPHY 


Columbus, OH 


BME Music Education 





PATRICIA MURPHY Elmira, NY 

BA Social Work 
SHERRY MURPHY Louisville 

BS Occupational Therapy 
DONNA MURTA Louisville 

BS Special & Elementary Education 
WILLIAM MUSHRUSH Fairfield, OH 

BS Industrial Arts Education 



BRENDA MUSIC 

BME Music 
SHERRY MUSIC 

BS Legal Assistance 
MICHAEL NALE 

BS Physical Education 
JOSEPH NALLY 

BA Police Administration 



East Point 

East Point 

Jeffersonville, IN 

Springfield 

Owensboro 



DAVID NANCE 

BS Wildlife Management 
CRAIG NEELY Louisville 

BBA General Business 
JOHN NEIDHART Springfield, OH 

BS Elementary Education & Kindergarten 
JERRY MITCHELL NELSON Brandenburg 

BS Physical Education 

DONA NEVILLE Louisville 

BS Pre-Medicine 
KARIN NEWCOM Ashland 

BS Recreation & Park Administration 
THOMAS NEWMAN Berea 

BA Political Science & Philosophy 
KAREN NEWMANN Newark, OH 




376 Seniors/Mor-New 




BETSY NEWTON 


Lexington 


BS Nursing 




PAUL NEWTON 


Springfield, OH 


BS Police Administration 




SHERRI NEWTON 


Hamilton, OH 


BS Interior Design 




SUSAN NOLAND 


Centerville, OH 


BS Elementary Education 




RICHARD NORELEET 


Cythiana 


BS Pre Medicine 




MARTY OCHSNER 


Louisville 


BA Law Enforcement 




REBECCA O'HEARN 


Louisville 


BS Agriculture 




JOSEPH OKRUHLICA 


Louisville 


BBA Marketing 




ELLA OLIVER 


Richmond 


BS Physical Education 




MICHAEL O'MERA 


Erianger 


BS Dietetics 




N. KATHY O'NAN 


Springfield 


BS Special Education 




MARSHA OTTEN 


Frankfort 


BS Interior Design 




JACKIE OWENS 


Flemingsburg 


BS Dietetics 




JOHN PALILLO 


Brocton, NY 


BS Police Administration 




BENJAMIN PARKER 


Seal Beach, CA 


BS Biology 




MICHAEL PARKER 


Cynthiana 


BA Journalism 





LEFT: The Christmas spirit is shown many ways 
on campus throughout the month of Decem- 
ber. One of the wavs is this workshop held in 
Telford Hall to help students make decora- 
tions for gifts or home. 



Seniors/New-Par 377 



Spencer, W. VA 



J. THOMAS PARKS 

BS Horticulture 
MERLE PARNELL 

BS Medical Technology 
BILLIE PARSONS 

BS Elementary Education 
TONITA PARRETT 

BBA Accounting 



CHRISTY PARSONS 

BS Recreation & Parks Administration 
CATHERINE PATRICK Lexington 

BS Home Economics Education 
WENDY PAUL Maysville 

BSN Nursing 
JULIE PAYNE Owensboro 

BS Special Education 



RIGHT: Flamenco dancing, characterized by 
forceful rhythms. Is an art among Spanish gyp- 
sies. These skilled dancers display their talents 
in a show presented to the students in Brock 
Auditorium. 




378 Seniors/Par-Pay 



Flamenco Dancers Entertain Students 







STEVEN PAYNE 

BA Chemistry 
REBECCA PENDELL 

BS Physical Education 
)OHN PENNYPACKER 

BS Turf Management 
DANNY PERKINS 

BS industrial Arts Education 



New Albany, IN 

Waverly, OH 

Toledo, OH 

Louisville 

Union 



SUZANNE PERKINS 

BA Home Economics 
THOMAS PERKINS Richmond 

JOE PERKOWSKI Greensboro, NC 

BS Police Administration & Psychology 
DAWN PERRY Dayton, OH 

BA Broadcasting & Journalism 



ELISSA PERRY 


Vine Grove 


BS Special Education 




KATHLEEN PETERS 


Tyner 


BS Industrial Technology & Drafting 


SANDRA PETREY 


Somerset 


BS Recreation 




LINDA PETTIBONE 


Berea 


BBA Accounting 




GLORIA PETZOLD 


Houston, TX 


BS Agriculture 




DEBE PHILLIPS 


Winchester 


BSN Nursing 




KATHIE PHILPOTT 


Louisville 


BA Music Merchandising 




SAMMIE PIGG 


Lexington 


BA History & Political Science 




VICTORIA PIGG 


Ft. Knox 


BS Horticulture 




LEON POLSTON 


Jabez 


BS Business Education 




KATHY POOLE 


Kingsport, TN 


BS Physical Education & School H( 


ealth 


DIANE PORTER 


Ft. Mitchell 


BS Therapeutic Recreation 




WILLIAM PRATT 


Lexington 


BA German 




GLENDINE PREECE 


Paintsville 


BS Special Education 




PAMELA PREECE 


Inez 


BA Corrections 




NANCY PRESNELL 


Florence 


BS Elementary Education 




MARYBETH PRICE 


Louisville 


BS Medical Technology 




WILLIAM PRITCHARD 


Melbourne 


BBA General Business 




MARY PROCTOR 


Louisville 


BS Biology 




GREGORY PROW 


Campbellsville 



BS Police Administration 



Seniors/Pav-Pro 379 




ABOVE: A captive audience is every musician's dream. This flute player's dream comes true during a class break in the 
ravine. 



JANEPUANG-NGARM 


Bangkok, Thailand 


BA Social Work 




ANN PULLIAM 


Louisville 


BS Fashion Merchandising 




CATHY PURVES 


Cincinnati, OH 


BS Child Development 




NANCY QUAACK 


Louisville 


BS Home Economics 




CAROL QUILLEN 


South Shore 


BS Nursing 




JOE RACIS 


Coaldale, PA 


BS Law Enforcement & Correct 


ions 


GEORGE RAILEY 


Richmond 


BME Music 




CAROLYN RAINWATER 


Hodgenville 


BFA Art 




KAREN RANKIN 


Sebring, EL 


BA Art Education 




ELEANOR RAPIER 


Bardstown 


BS Elementary Education 




FRANK RAY 


Tompkinsville 


BBA Marketing 




DENIA REDFORD 


Cincinnati, OH 


BSN Nursing 




KIMBERLYREED 


Covington 


BS Nursing 




PATRICIA REED 


Stanford 


BA Business Education 




SHARON REED 


Louisville 


BS Public Health 




DONALD REEVES 


Lexington 


BS Law Enforcement 






380 Seniors/Pua-Ree 



Diversified Interests Shown by Students 




LEFT: Hard work and concentration is 
prevalent not only in the classroom, but in the 
weight room as well. The Begley building of- 
fers ample space for weight lifting for this stu- 
dent. 




VICTORIA RENNER 


Cincinnati, OH 


BS Physical Education 




RONDA RENNIRT 


Louisville 


BS Special Education 




M. LISA RENSHAW 


Owensboro 


BA Journalism 




MARY RICE 


Flemingsburg 


BSN Nursing 




TIMOTHY RICE 


Ashland 


BS Microbiology 




STEPHEN RICHARDS 


Jamestown 


BA Theory & Composition 




ANTHONY RICHARDSON 


Louisville 


BS Police Administration 




SUSIE RICHARDSON 


Hebron 


BS Dietetics 




CAROL RICHIE 


London 


BS Interior Design 




CLAY RICHTER 


Batavia, OH 


BS Fire Investigation 




DEBBIE RICKERD 


Lexington 


BSN Nursing 




CHRISTOPHER RIEHL 


Rosell Park, N] 


BBN Accounting 




JEFFREYRIMEL 


Plymouth, IN 


BS Police Administration 




RODERICK RISHEL 


Long Beach, MS 


BS Industrial Technology 




BRIAN RITTER 


Louisville 


BBA Marketing 




EVA ROBERTS 


Sommerset 


BS Elementary Education & 


Kindergarten 



Seniors/Ren-Rob 381 



Organizations Sponsor Campus Activities 



RICK ROBERTS 

BS Law Enforcement 
ROSLYN ROBERTS 

BS Elementary Education 
TERl ROBERTS 

BS Special Education 
JANE ROBINSON 

BS Interior Design 

JEFFREY ROBINSON 

BS Fisheries Management 
JIM ROBINSON 

BS Industrial Arts 
LINDA ROBINSON 

BS Education 
MARGARET ROBINSON 

BS Elementary Education 



Paintsville 

Louisville 

Prestonsburg 

Waverly, OH 

Elkhorn City 

Miamisburg, OH 

Cold Spring 

Somerset 



SHERYL ROBINSON Paintsville, OH 

BS Police Administration & Legal Assistance 
TOMMIE ROBINSON Ft. Lauderdale, FL 

BS Police Administration 
WILLIAM ROBINSON London 

BA Philosophy 
REBECCA ROE Winchester 

BBA Accounting 



JOEROGAN 


Cox's Creek 


BS Agriculture 




JEFFERY ROOT 


Louisville 


BME Music 




PAULA ROSE 


Raceland 


BS Nursing 




NANCY ROSENHOFFER 


Cincinnati, OH 


BS Police Administration 




THOMAS ROTTINGHAUS 


Ft. Mitchell 


BS Police Administration 




BEVERLY ROTTMAN 


Bellevue 


BARBARA ROUNDTREE 


Mt. Sterling 


BA Social Work 




CINDY ROWE 


Felicity, OH 


BS Home Economics 




JANET ROWLETT 


Richmond 


BS Biology 




DANA RUCKER 


Van Lear 



BS Rehabilitation Education 
KAREN RUSH Cincinnati, OH 

BS Deaf Education & Elementary Education 
JIMMY RUSSELL Springfield 

BS Business Education 



GREGORY RYAN 


Verona 


BBA Real Estate 




KAREN RYAN 


Louisville 


BS Environmental Health 




CLAUDE SALLEE 


Winchester 


BS Physical Education 




CINDY SAMUELS 


Louisville 


BSN Nursing 






382 Seniors/Rob-Sam 




ABOVE: A campus plant sale sponsored by FTD offers students the chance to buy attractive room decorations. Richard Rushing at- 
tempts to sell a plant to interested students. 




ELIZABETH SANDERS Louisville 

BBA Accounting 
KATHY SANDUSKY Columbia 

BS Elementary Education 
LINDA SANDUSKY Erlanger 

BS Physical Education with Elementary Endorsement 
CHRIS SCHLITT Louisville 

BS Psychology 



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KIRKSCHWABE 

BS Police Administration 
KIM SCHIEMAN 

BS Child Development 
STEVEN SCHLITZ 

BS Medical Technology 
JANET SCHWARTZ 

BS Special Education 

MICHAEL SCHWENDEMAN 

BA History 
ART SCIUBBA 

BS Physical Education 
ROSANNE SCOTT 

BA English 
CHRISTINA SCRIBNER 

BBA Accounting 



Naperville, IL 

Louisville 

New Carlisle, OH 

Ft. Thomas 

Richmond 

Havertown, PA 

Winchester 

Brooksville 



Seniors/San-Scr 383 



BOBBY SEARS 

BBA Management 
JILL SECREST 

BS Dietetics 
LESLIE SEELY 

BS Interior Design 
LISA SEXTON 

BA Chemistry 

ANNA SHARP 

BA Planning & Development 
CYNTHIA SHAW 

BS Medical Technology 
JEEF SHAW 

BBA Accounting 
STEVEN SHEARD 

BBA Business Administration 

LORENESHEENE 

BS Elementary Education 
NANCY SHELLHAAS 

BSN Nursing 
BARBARA SHEPHERD 

BA Art 
SUSAN SHEPHERD 

BS Medical Technology 

DIANE SHEWMAKER 

BS Physical Education 
KIM SHIBINSKI 

BS Physical Education 
PATRICIA SHONTEE 

BBA Data Processing 
MARY SHORT 

BS Physical Education 

PAM SHORT 

BSN Nursing 
CHARLES SHOTWELL 

BS Police Administration 
CONNIE SHOTWELL 

BA Legal Secretary 
SANDY SHOUSE 

BS Business Education 

CINDY SHRYOCK 

BS Physical Education 
T. MICHAEL SILER 

BBA Marketing 
PHYLLIS SIMMONS 

BS Fashion Merchandising 
THOMAS SIMMONS 

BS Police Administration 

SAMUEL SIMON 

BA History 
WENDA SIMPSON 

BS Business Education 
JOHN SIMS 

BS Physical Education 
LINDA SIMS 

BSN Nursing 



Sommerset 

Vanceburg 

Hermitage, PA 

Ashland 

Carrollton 

Cold Springs 

Campbellsville 

Dayton, OH 

Yosemite 

Wilmore 

Dayton, OH 

Whitley City 

Louisville 

Cincinnati, OH 

Louisville 

Richmond 

Muldraugh 

Richmond 

Richmond 

Frankfort 

Lawrenceburg 

Winchester 

Kalamazoo, Ml 

Princeton 

Westlake, OH 

Danville 

Lancaster, OH 

Lancaster 




384 Seniors/Sea-Sim 




VIENCXAY SIRIMONGKHON 

BBA Office Administration 
JOHN SIZEMORE 

BBA Marketing 
STEPHANIE SLATTERY 

BBA Accounting 
CINDY SLAUTER 

BA Public Health Education 



Vientine, Laos 

Richmond 

Louisville 

New Carlisle, OH 



ERNIE SLUCHER Taylorsville 

BA Geology 
IDA SLUSHER Pineville 

BSN Nursing 
MICHAEL SMALLWOOD Dorton 

BS Police Administration 
BECKY SMITH Ashland 

BS Home Economics Education 

CLAUDIA SMITH London, OH 

BS Law Enforcement 
DAWN SMITH Ft. Thomas 

BS Law Enforcement 
DEBORAH SMITH Richmond 

BS Special Education 
DIANNA SMITH Celinda, Oh 

BBA Finance 

GREGORY SMITH London 

BME Music 
JEFFERY SMITH Lexington 

BS Police Administration 
JOHN SMITH Louisville 

BS Recreation & Park Administration 
JUDY SMITH Ashland 

BS Speech Pathology Audiology 



KIMBERLY SMITH 


Brandenburg 


BS Fashion Merchandising 




PAUL SMITH 


Louisville 


BS Industrial Technology 




SHERILYN SMITH 


Richmond 


BAA Health Care Administration 




SHERRY SMITH 


Mt. Vernon 


BS Elementary Education 




SUSAN SMITH 


Troy, OH 


BS Vocational Agriculture 




TERRIE SMITH 


Villa Hills 


BSN Nursing 




VICKIE SMITH 


Irvington 


BS Elementary Education 




TERESA SMYSER 


Richmond 


BBA Accounting 




W. MARKSNOWDEN 


Winchester 


BA Broadcasting 




TERI SNYDER 


Ekron 


BS Correctional Science 




LISA SONS 


Irvine 


BS Physical Education 




SUSAN SPAIN 


Ashland 


BSN Nursing 





Seniors/Sir-Spa 385 



MARY SPALDING 

BA History 
LAURA SPEAKS 

BS Elementary Education 
THOMAS SPELLMAN 

BS Police Administration 
SCOTT SPENCER 

BS Police Administration 

LOUSPRINCMEIER 

BS Fashion Merchandising 
DAN STACY 

BS Industrial Education 
SHEREE STAKER 

BA Police Administration 
SHELLY STAMBAUGH 

BS Physical Education 



Lebanon 

Mt. Vernon 

Louisville 

Bemus Point, NY 

Cincinnati, OH 

Mt. Gilead, OH 

Wheelersburg, OH 

Hamilton, OH 





ABOVE: Campus life enables people to make friends easily. This 
co-ed finds companionship with "man's best friend". RIGHT: The 
campus is a place for young and old alike. This young toddler has 
found companionship and attention among some of Eastern's 
residents. 




386 Seniors/Spa-Sta 



College Offers Many Companionships 




KATHIE STAMPS 


Paint Lick 


BA Broadcasting 




STEVEN STANALAND 


Louisville 


BS Police Administration 




RANDY STANIFER 


London 


BBA Finance 




LAMAN STARK 


Carrolton 


BS Police Administration 




SHAYNE STEELE 


Lexington 


BSN Nursing 




SUSAN STEELY 


Corbin 


BBA Accounting 




THERESA STEELY 


Louisville 


BS Social Work 




KAREN STEPHAN 


Louisville 


BS Public Relations 




DOUGLAS STEPHENS 


Whitley City 


BS Wildlife Management 




LISA STEPHENS 


Portwilliam, OH 


BS Hearing Impairment 




MIKE STEPHENSON 


Maxwell, IN 


BS Law Enforcement 




LINDA STEPP 


Williamson, W. Va 


BBA Office Administration 




JAMES STEVENS 


Danville 


BS Agriculture 




KENNETH STEWART 


Mt. Vernon 


BS Technical Agriculture 




ROBIN STEWART 


LaGrange 


BS Corrections 




DIXIE STINSON 


Louisville 


BS Community Health 




MARSHA STONE 


Irvine 


BME Music Education 




MARK STOWERS 


Louisville 


BS Environmental Resources 




JAN STRIFE 


Cincinnati, OH 


BS Nursing 




JOSEPH STROUDE 


Dry Ridge 


BA Political Science 




DEAN STUCKY 


Titusville, Fl 


BBA General Business 




SHERRY STYER 


Lexington 


BSN Nursing 




SANDRA SUERDICK 


Miamisburg, OH 


BME Music Education 




CYNTHIA SULLIVAN 


Louisville 


BS Dietetics 




MARKSUTER 


Turner's Station 


BA English 




RHONDA SUTPHIN 


Ashland 


BS Elementary Edij'"ation 




JOE SUTTON 


Middlesboro 


BS Industrial Arts Teaching 




RICK L. SUTTON 


Lancaster 



BS Agriculture & General Business 



Seniors/Sta-Sut 387 




Ranking with disco as one of the latest fads at Eastern is skateboarding. 
The skill involved in riding one is displayed by this student as she climbs 
the steps near the Powell building. 




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388 Seniors 



Hobbies Fulfill Personal interests 




JACKIE SWEENEY 


Louisville 


BA Broadcasting 




JONELL TACKETT 


Prestonsburg 


BS Home Economics 




SELBY TACKETT 


Robinson Creek 


BS Vocational Rehabilitation < 


& Social Work 


MARTHA TAGLAUER 


Ft. Wright 


BS Interior Design 




SUE TANNER 


Sommerset 


BS Police Administration 




ROBIN TATEM 


Lexington 


BSN Nursing 




CLIFFORD TAYLOR 


Essie 


BS Elementary Education 




DUANE TAYLOR 


Beaver Dam 


BS Police Administration 




KATHRYN TAYLOR 


Paintsville 


BS Ornamental Horticulture 




ROBERT TAYLOR 


Carlisle 


BS Park Management 




SHERRON TAYLOR 


Mortons Gap 


BS Elementary Education 




STEVE TAYLOR 


London 


BS Horticulture 




DELBERTTERRY 


Danville 


BS Corrections 




DARRELL THOMAS 


Louisville 


BBA Business 




JIM THOMASON 


Lexington 


BS industrial Technology 




JUDITH THOMPSON 


Bridgeport, CT 


BS Fire Prevention & Control 




TIMOTHY THOMPSON 


Lebanon 


BS Security & Public Safety 




MARILYN THORNTON 


Wakefield, VA 


BS Environmental Resources 




SUSAN TIMMONS 


Louisville 


BS Elementary Education 




KEN TINCLEY 


Seymour, CT 


BA Journalism 




CHUCK TIPTON 


Wheelersburg, OH 


BA Music Theory & Composition 


CYNTHIA TIPON 


Dayton, OH 


BA Sociology 




PAULA TIPTON 


Park Hills 


BS Physical Education 




KIM TOLLIVER 


Port William, OH 


BS Elementary Education 




DENI TOMPKINS 


Louisville 


BS Correctional Services 




JANET TOTTER 


Holley, NY 


BS Physical Education 




WANDA TRIGG 


Louisville 


BA Spanish, Minor in French 




LINDA TRIMBLE 


Nancy 



BS Elementary Education 



Seniors/Swe-Tri 389 




ABOVE: The dorm bed provides a spacious area for game playing. Craig Enlow and Randy Neikirk relax during a break 
from classes and studying. 



SUSAN TRIMBLE Nancy 

BS Elementary Education Special Education 
HORRELL TROGDLEN Owensboro 

BS Physical Education 
THOMAS TROTH Lynchburg, OH 

BA Music Merchandising 
JANN TRUE Frankfort 

BBA Office Administration 

LESLIE TRUMAN Crown Pt., IN 

BFA Performing Arts 
MARY TSANG Hong Kong 

BBA Operations Management 
DONNA TUCKER Louisville 

BA Sociology 
ROY TUCKER Richmond 

BS Wildlife Management 

SHEILA TUCKER Pleasant View 

BBA Office Administration 
TERRI TUGGLE Louisville 

BME Piano 
VALERIE TURLEY Mt. Sterling 

BA Broadcasting 
EUGENIA TURNER Tompkinsville 

BS Public Health 

LINDA TURNER Franklin, OH 

BA Political Science 
MARTHA TURNER Booneville 

BSN Nursing 
NANCY TURNER Lebanon, OH 

BS Elementary Education 
MARJORIE TUSSING Yorktown, VA 

BA Political Science 




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390 Seniors/Tri-Tus 



Relaxation Adds to College Life 




DONNA ULEARY 
BS Law Enforcement 

CARRIE UTTER 

BS Therapeutic Recreation 

JERRY VANDERGRIFF 
BA Forensic Science 

PATTY VANOVER 



Eminence 

Springdale, OH 

Louisville 

Benham 

Middlesboro 



RITA VANOVER 

BS Speech Pathology & Audiology 
TERESA VANOVER Cumberland Gap, TN 

BS Elementary Education 
DAVID VAUGHN Middlesboro 

BBA Finance & Economics 
PATRICIA VERWOLD Cincinnati, OH 

BS Recreation & Park Administration 



PALMA VIARS 


Harmon, VA 


BS Technical Horticulture 




PERRY VICK 


Louisville 


BBA Management 




LEE VIFQUAIN 


Louisville 


BS Physical Education 




ROBERT VINCENT 


Greer, SC 


BS Police Administration 




CAROL VITATO 


Louisville 


BS Textiles 




MARK VOLPENHEIN 


Cincinnati, OH 


BA History 




ANGA WAGERS 


Berea 


BSN Nursing 




JOHN WAGGONER 


Greyson 


BA Social Work 




ROBIN WAGGONER 


Radcliff 


BME Music Education 




JOY WAGNER 


Cincinnati, OH 


BS Recreation 




BRENT WARD 


Miamisburg, OH 


BBA Management 




KIM WARD 


Lexington 


ARCHIEWARE 


Shelbyville 


BS Horticulture 




BARBARA WARE 


Brooksville 


BS Elementary Education 




JAMES WASRBRODT 


Oryden, NY 


BS Police Administration 




JANET WARNER 


Weston, MO 


BA Social Work 




kOGER WARREN 


Middletovvn 


BA History 




DAYNA WATERS 


Florence 


BA Art 




FLORENCE WATTS 


Jackson 


BA Accounting 




MARY WEATHERS 


Lexington 


BBA Electrical Data Processing 





Seniors/Ule-Wea 391 



Graduates Accomplish Goal 




DEBORAH WEAVER 

BS Psychology 
PATRICK M. WEAVER 

BAS Transportation Systems 
WANDA WEAVER 

BBA Real Estate 
ANTHONY WEBBER 

BS Physical Education 



Barbounville 

Charleston, W. VA 

Frankfort 

Newton, MA 



PAUL WEBSTER Grayson 

BS Recreation & Park Administration 
SHELLEY WEIXMAN Cincinnati, OH 

BSN Nursing 
JO WELLS Cox's Creek 

BS Technical Horticulture 
MARY WENTZEL Cincinnati, OH 

BA Dietetics 



NANCYWEST 

BS Fashion Design 
KIM WHARTON 

BA Spanish 
RICHARD WHARTON 

BS Police Administration 
GARY WHEELER 

BBA Real Estate 

FESS WHITAKER 

BS Corrections 
DAVID WHITE 

BS Physical Education 
KIMBERLY WHITE 

BS Interior Design 
SHELBY WHITE 

BA English 



S. Charleston, W.VA 

New Lebanon, OH 

Columbus, OH 

Danville 

Milton 

Frankfort 

Louisville 

Richmond 




392 Seniors/Wea-Whi 




LEFT: Looking back or ahead? Time moves so quickly in the academic 
year that it is often necessary for students to stop and think about where 
they are, and where they are headed. OPPOSITE PACE: The ravine is cer- 
tain to claim a high spot in the memory of every graduate who receives 
his diploma there. Here the president, deans, and others preside over 
last summer's graduation. 



SUSAN WHITE 

BBA Marketing 
URSULA WHITE 

BS Environmental Health 
VEDA WHITE 

BS Police Administration 
KATHLEEN WHITEHEAD 

BSN Nursing 

KEVIN WHITMAN 

BS Physical Education 
KAREN WICKLINE 

BS Nursing 
MARK WICKLINE 

BS Elementary Education 
JAMES WIGGLESWORTH 

BA Planning & Development 



Louisville 

Louisville 

Manchester 

Mechanicsburg, PA 

Louisville 

Jackson 

London, OH 

Covington 



JIMWILBANKS Louisville 

BBA Finance 
TONY WILDER Middlesboro 

BBA Finance 
KAREN WILKERSON Louisville 

BS Speech Pathology & Audiology 
ANGELA WILLIAMS Dayton, OH 

BA Journalism 

CARLA WILLIAMS Middletown, OH 

BS Elementary Education 
DEBBIE WILLIAMS Stearns 

BS Graphic Arts 
FELICIA WILLIAMS Louisville 

BS Special & Elementary Education 
HOWARD WILLIAMS North Olmsted, OH 

BME Music 



Seniors/Whi-Wil 393 



KAREN WILLIAMS Corbin 

STEPHEN WILLIAMS Owensboro 

BBA Electronic Data Processing 
LINDA WILLIS Hamilton, OH 

BA Elementary Education & Kindergarten 
ALETTA WILLOUGHBY Owingsville 

BS Agriculture 



CINDY WILLOUGHBY 

BS Horticulture 
BELINDA WILSON 

BSN Nursing 
DEANNA WILSON 

BS Biology 
DEBRA WILSON 

BS Elementary Education 



Owingsville 

Louisville 

Brooksville, OH 

London 

Bethel, OH 



HARLAN WILSON 

BBA Business Administration Finance 
PAM WILSON Barbourville 

BSN Nursing 
PHILLIP WILSON West Milton, OH 

BA Health & Physical Education 
MARCIA WILZ Ft. Thomas 

BA Chemistry Education 









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ABOVE: Students find that studying can be a much more pleasant task when it is done in the ravine. This girl reads her assignment 
and enjoys the sun at the same time. 



394 Seniors/Wii-Wil 



Co-eds Prefer Sunny Days 





DAVID WINDER 


Virginia Beach, VA 


BS Wildlife Management 




DENNIS WINE 


Louisville 


BS Police Administration 




MICHAEL WINKLER 


Louisville 


BS Chemistry 




VICK! WOHLLEB 


Louisville 


BSN Nursing 




APRILWOLF 


Cincinnati, OH 


BA History 




KATHLEEN WOLE 


Louisville 


BS Physical Education 




LAI-YING WONG 


Hong Kong 


BSN Nursing 




TINYAU WONG 


Hong Kong 


BS Geology 




GRIEEWOOD 


Middletown 


BS industrial Technology 




ROBERT WOOD 


Frankfort 


BA Music Merchandising 




SHELIA WOOD 


Nancy 


BS Elementary Education 




BILL WOOD 


Grayson 


BBA General Business 




Berna dette Wu 


Taiwan, R.O.C. 


BBA Accounting 




TERRI WULLMER 


Lawrenceburg, IN 


BS Elementary Education 




ANDREA YADEN 


Bardstown 


BS Physical Education 




PATRICIA YEARY 


Cincinnati, OH 


BS Special Education 




CHARLESYONTS 


Hazard 


BS Psychology 




JANET YOUNG 


Louisville 


BS Police Administration 




JOYCE YOUNG 


Springfield, OH 


BS Elementary Education and 




Kindergarten Endorsement 




JUDY YOUNG 


London 


BS Special Education 




ANDREW ZAGAR 


Danville 


BME Music Education 




DENISE ZIMMERMAN 


Louisville 


BS Corrections 




LAURA ZIMMERMAN 


Buffalo, NY 


BS Public Health 





SeniorsAVin-Zim 395 



Campus Offers Many Places to Study 



JIM AUSTIN 

MA Political Science 
GEORGE BOUYEA 

MBA General Business 
CHIH-SHYAN CHAN 

MS Math 
JACQUELINE COX 

MA Physical Education 

KAREN COX 

MA Art Education 
JANE DILLON 

MA Elementary Education 
PATRICIA EMBRY 

MA Recreation 
WALTER ESSER 

MS Aquatic Biology 



Richmond 

Plattsburg, NY 

Taiwan, R.O.C. 

Richmond 

Versailles 

Liberty 

Louisville 

Ormond Beach, PL 



DARLENE FARMER Hazard 

MA Business Education 
CAROL FAULKNER Williamsburg 

MA Early Childhood Education 
CHAN FOK Hong Kong 

MBA Finance 
STEVE FROMMEYER Coldspring 

MA Secondary Counseling 

JOSEPH GIBSON Monticello 

MA Special Education 
KAREN GIBSON Monticello 

MA Allied Health Education 
MICHAEL GREGORY Richmond 

MS Biology 
SUE HANSCOM Richmond 

MS Aquatic Biology 

DEBRA HATTER Butler, IN 

MA Elementary Education 
ROBERT HATTER Auburn, IN 

MA Elementary Education 
MELINDA HAYDEN Clifton, VA 

MA Rehabilitation 
JENNY HENSON Villa Hills 

MA English 
RUTH HERRINGTON Danville 

MA Early Childhood Education 
GREGORY HOOD Lawrenceburg 

MA Recreation & Park Administration 
DONNA KERMOS Lockland, OH 

MED Early Childhood Education 



KAM KO 
MS Biology 

GREGORY McCULLOUGH 

MPA Judicial Administration 
ERIC MIDDLEBROOK 

MPA Public Administration 
BILLIE NALLY 

MA Early Childhood 
ZAMA NDEFRU 

MPA Public Administration 



Hong Kong 

Lexington 

Hamilton, OH 

Springfield 

Mankon, Cameroun 




'^J£'"^Xk t^ 







396 Craduates/Aus-Nde 




LEFT: The Powell lounge is usually noisy, and 
if students want to study with a partner of the 
opposite sex they can rarely use their dorm 
rooms, so those who need to study with a 
partner, but still need quiet, generally wind 
up in the library. This couple goes over an 
assignment together. 




PATRICIA NOVAK Huntington Station, NY 

MA Physical Education 
FELIX OBIEFULE Orlu, Imo State, Nigeria 

MPA Public Administration 



KATHY OSBORNE 


Merritt Island, FL 


MA Physical Education 






DANNY PARKER 




Berea 


MBA Management 






|IM PARKER 




Newport 


MBA Social Work 






PEGGY RICHARDS 




Jamestown 


MM Theory & Composition 






MARSHA SHERMAN 




Richmond 


MA Education 






DIANNA SHORT 




Harlan 


MA Education/Library Science 






RICHARD SMATH 


Lor 


g island, NY 


MS Geology 






MICHAEL STAPLETON 


Cardington, OH 


MS Chemistry 






DAVID SWOFFORD 




Lexington 


MS Biology 






DEBORAH TATTER 




Louisville 


MBA Management 






WILLIAM THOENY 




Cold Spring 


MS Biology 






JENNY VANHOOK 




Burnside 



MA Industrial & Community Counseling 

SCHURONDA WARFIELD Nashville, TN 

MAED Learning Disabilities & Behavior Disorders 



Craduates/Nov-War 397 



CERI ADAMS 




Richmond 


AS Medical Record Techno 


ogy 




REGINA ADAMS 




Crab Orchard 


AS Medical Assisting 






TENA ADAMS 






ASN Nursing 






VIRGINIA ADKINSSON 




Ford City, PA 


DEBBIE ASHCRAFT 




FHamilton,OH 


AA Executive Secretary 






TAMMIE ASHLEY 




Maysville 


AA Legal Secretary 






TRACY AUGUSTIN 




Eckerman, Ml 


AA Legal Secretary 






MARLENE AUSTIN 




Richmond 


ASN Nursing 






DARLENE BAILEY 




Hueysville 


AA Law Enforcement 






PATTY BAILEY 




Irvine 


AA Retailing 






ROBERT BAKER 




Harrodsburg 


AA Drafting & Design 






VICKI BALLEW 




Lexington 


AA Legal Secretary 








ABOVE: Maria Wolfe rushes through her piece of watermelon in 
hopes of finishing first at the second annual Watermelon Bust. 
This event is sponsored by Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity. RIGHT: 
With no cliffs available, the ROTC classes have to make do with 
the walls of the Begley building. This rappeller makes a last minute 
inspection to be sure that all the knots are tied tightly. 




398 Associates/Ada-Bal 







students Find Unique Interests 




KELLY BANKS Lexington 

AA Medical Assisting Technology 
VICKY BAUGHMAN Owensboro 

AA Banking 
HEATHER BERRY Franklin, OH 

AA Executive Secretary 
PAMELA BLACK Shelbyville 

AA Electronic Data Processing 

RHONDA BLACK Liberty 

AA Executive Secretary 
SHARON BLECHA Louisville 

AS Medical Assisting 
JOHN BONIAKOWSKI Greenbrook, NJ 

AS Emergency Medical Care 
DIANE BOWENS Taylorsville 

ASN Nursing 

ANN BOWLING New Haven 

ASN Nursing 
SALLY BOYD Hopkinsville 

ASN Nursing 
DIANA BRAMER Crestwood 

AA Executive Secretary 
JENNIFER BRAMSTEDT Cincinnati, OH 

AA Childcare 

DIANA BRITTON Harrodsburg 

AA Floriculture & Floristry 
DANNY BROUGH Brooksville 

AS Agriculture Mechanization 
MARY BRUCE Louisville 

AA Executive Secretary 
JUDY BURDEN Cynthiana 

ASN Nursing 

THERESA BURNS Junction City 

AA Executive Secretary 
DEBBIE CABELL Lebanon 

ASN Nursing 
DIANA CARTY Louisville 

AA Medical Assisting Technology 
DEBRA CHERRYHOLMES Pikeville 

ASN Nursing 

ELAINE CLARK Whitley City 

AA Legal Secretary 
CATHY CLEMENTS Morganfield 

AA Legal Secretary 
SHARON COLLIER Danville 

AA Administrative Office Services 
JOYCE COLLINS Lexington 

AS Childcare 

OTIS COMBS Bulan 

PAM COOK Brandenburg 

AA Drafting & Design 
LESLIE COOMES Frankfort 

ASN Nursing 
MELVIN COOPER Williamstown 

AS Printing Technology 



Associates/Ban-Coo 399 



Pep Rally Aids in Colonel First Victory 



THERESA COULTER 


Danville 


AA Executive Secretary 




LOLA COX 


McKee 


AA Childcare 




LESLIE CRAWFORD 


Lexington 


ASN Nursing 




SAMUEL CRAWFORD 


Beattyville 


AA Juvenile Corrections 




VIRGINIACUMLEY 


Lexington 


AA Corrections 




JOAN DAVIDSON 


Manchester 


AA Childcare 




SOPHIA DAVIS 


Pikeville 


AS Dietetic Technology 




SANDRA DEATON 


Trenton, OH 


ASN Nursing 




CINDY DEBELL 


Cox's Creek 


ASN Nursing 




JOHN DEERING 


Lebanon 


ANITA DICKERSON 


Elkton 


AA Corrections 




CYNTHIA DUNLEVY 


Columbus, IN 


ASN Nursing 




DURELLDUNN 


Lexington 


AA Drafting & Design Technology 




JENNIFER DUTTON 


Versailles 


ASN Nursing 




BOB DUVALL 


Beaver Dam 


AA Business & Industrial Security 




LINDA ELDER 


Loretto 


ASN Nursing 




ELIZABETH ELLIOT 


Wilmore 


AA Executive Secretary 




MARY ELLIOT 


Burkesville 


AA Childcare 




CARLOS ELSWICK 


Hi Har 


AA Police Administration 




PATTY FARMER 


Irvine 


AA Data Processing 




TERESA FIELDS 


Elkhorn City 


AA Correctional Services 




LISA FINKE 


Ft. Wrieht 


AA Graphic Arts & Printing Technology 


S.J. FOGIE 


Shawnee, OK 


AA Printing Technology 




MILDRED FORNSHELL 


Camden, OH 


AA Police Administration 




BRENDAFRASHER 


Louisville 


VICKIE FRAZIER 


Whitesburg 


AA Legal Secretary 




VANESSA GALES 


Jenkins 


ASN Nursing 




GARY GALLOWAY 


Foster 


AA Industrial Electronics 






400 Associates/Cou-Cal 




ABOVE: The Alpha Gamma Delta sorority supports the Colonels by showing some spirit at a pep rally held in the ravine for this year's 
first home football game. 




CHARLISA CAMBREL Williamsburg 

Pre-Pharmacy 
KIMBERLY GARR Winston Salem, NC 

AA Medical Laboratory Technician 
LISA GENSHEIMER Louisville 

ASN Nursing 
KAREN GILMAN W. Carrollton 

AA Executive Secretary 



JULIE GOODIN 

AS Medical Record Technology 
)OY GOODMAN 
ASN Nursing 
KATHY GRUNER 

AA Legal Secretary 
JOHN GUTTERMAN 

AA Horticulture 

DAVID HACKER 

ASN Nursing 
AMY HALL 

AA Legal Secretary 
BARBARA HANSEN 

AA Recreation Supervision 
CAROLYN HART 

AS Office Administration 



Lebanon 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Jeffersontown 

McKinney 

Green Hills, OH 

Lexington 

Louisville 



Associates/Cam-Har 401 



MARIA HATFIELD 


Phelps 


AS Medical Assisting Technology 




NANCY HECK 


Louisville 


ASN Nursing 




CANDY HECKMAN 


Ft. Thomas 


AS Medical Assisting Technology 




KATHY HENDERSON 


Danville 


AA Medical Secretary 




REGINA HENDERSON 


Frankfort 


AS Medical Assisting Tehcnology 




HOPE HENDRICKS 


Louisville 


LAURA HENDRICKS 


Versailles 


ASN Nursing 




BETH HEROLD 


Franklin, OH 


AA Executive Secretary 




PAM HIGDON 


Lebanon 


AA Criminalistics 




EUGENIA HOLMES 


Jenkins 


ASN Nursing 




MARY HORN 


Finchville 


AA Childcare 




MICHAEL HOWARD 


Lexington 


AA Broadcast Engineering 




DEBBIE HOWELL 


Frankfort 


AA Executive Secretary 




DANA HUNT 


Jamboree 


AA Finance 




TERRY HUTCHESON 


Florence 


AS Emergency Medical Care 




JOSEPH HYKLE 


Cincinnati, OH 


AA Broadcast Engineering 




LAURA JONES 


Florence 


ASN Nursing 




GREG KENNEDY 


Williamstown 


AS Emergency Medical Care 




DONNA KESSELRING 


Louisville 


ASN Nursing 




DEBBIE KIRN 


Ft. Wright 


ASN Nursing 




JOAN KOEHLER 


Louisville 


AA Legal Secretary 




JEAN KUNDERT 


Louisville 


ASN Nursing 




MARGARET LAINHART 


McKee 


AA Printing Technology 




RENEE LANCASTER 


Walton 


AS Ornamental Horticulture 




JOAN LANE 


Mt. Sterling 



AA Accounting 
AARON LEE Liberty 

AA Vocational-Industrial & Technical Teaching 
VANEESA LEE Mt. Sterling 

AA Medical Secretary 
MARYLEE LEONARD Brookfield, Wl 

AA Legal Secretary 




402 Associates/Hat-Leo 




SHERRI LESTER 

AA Financial Institutions 
KAREN LEWIS 

ASN Nursing 
DOLLY LYNCH 

ASN Nursing 
MARY MACKSON 

AS Medical Assisting 

CINDY MANGIN 

AA Administrative Office Services 
CLAUDIA MAPES 

ASN Nursing 
STEVE MARKS 

AA Police Administration 
VICKIE MARSHALL 

ASN Nursing 

SHARON MARTIN 

AA Legal Secretary 
LEE MARX 

AS Broadcast Engineering 
SUSAN MATTINGLY 

ASN Nursing 
JEANNE MAZZONI 

ASN Nursing 



SUSAN McFADDEN 
Pre-Pharmacy 

ANDY McKENNEY 
AA Engineering 

PAM McNEAL 

MARYANN MEHOK 



Jamboree 

Manchester 

Richmond 

Louisville 

Brandenburg 

Springfield, OH 

Covington 

Erianger 

Millstone 

Louisville 

Springfield 

Louisville 

London 

Clearwater, EL 

Carrollton 
Danville 



JEROME MESCHER 

AS Wood Technology 
CINDY MICHEL 

AA Medical Assisting Technology 
LIZABETH MILLER 
LONNIE MILLS 

AS Geological Engineering 



Dayton, OH 

Yardley, PA 

Augusta 
Pineville 

Mavsville 



MARSHA MOBLEY 

AA Business Administration Services 
GARY MOFFETT Nicholasville 

AS Broadcast Engineering Technology 
LISA MOREHEAD Hebron 

AA Legal Secretary 
GRALIN NAILING Paducah 

AS Juvenile Corrections 



RAYMOND NEATE 

AA Wood Technology 
CHRIS NEUHAUS 

AA Office Admini:;tration 
REGINA OSBORNE 

AA Date Processing 
LYDIA PAINTER 

ASN Nursing 



Sandusky, OH 

Muncie, IN 

lr\ine 

Jeffersontovvn 



Associates/Les-Pai 403 










RIGHT: There is no telling who or what you will wind up dancing 
with when you go to a dance unattached. This Halloween Bash 
was held in the Keene Johnson Building and was sponsored by 
Mens and Womens Interdorm. BELOW: The ravine is not only a 
great place for relaxation but also for recreation, as this co-ed 
finds by throwing a frisbee. 



"■^"T 



students Enjoy Various Activities 




C. LYNN PARSONS 


Spencer, W.VA 


AA Legal Secretary 




SANDRA PARSONS 


Richmond 


AS Medical Technology 




MARY PATTERSON 


Louisville 


AA Legal Secretary 




SHERRIE PAYNE 


Owensboro 


AA Medical Secretary 




SHARON PERKINS 


Buffalo 


ASN Nursing 




KAREN PETERSON 


Lorretta 


ASN Nursing 




RHONDA PHILLIPS 


Lancaster, PA 


AA Interior Design 




TAMMY PIERCEFIELD 


Walton 


AA Medical Secretary 




JOHN PONCER 


Danville 


AA Computer Electronics 




JOANNE RAY 


Richmond 


AS Data Processing 




GINGER REDMAN 


W. Chester, OH 


AA Medical Secretary 




W. DOUGLAS REED 


Mulduraugh 


AA Real Estate 




VALERIE RIGGS 


Xenia, OH 


AA Floriculture 




KATHY RICHTIE 


New Haven 


ASN Nursing 




CANDICE ROBERTS 


Allensville 


AA Juvenile Corrections 




ROBERT ROTHENBURGER 


Shelbyville 


AS Emergency Medical Care 




KELLIE RUGGLES 


Aberdeen, OH 


AA Police Administration 




GREG RUTLEDGE 


Lexington 


AS Agriculture 




JAMES RYAN 


Crittenden 


AA Management 




TAMARA RYAN 


Louisville 


AS Medical Assisting Techno 


ogy 


MARY SALZMAN 


Louisville 


AS Emergency Medical Care 




JOANN SCHOULTHIES 


Bellvue 


AS Medical Assisting Techno 


ogy 


PAUL SCHUM 


Louisville 


AA Police Administration 




SHERRI SHAFFER 


Georgetown 


AA Executive Secretary 




TERESA SHANKS 


Ashland 


AS Nursing 




MICHAEL SHARP 


Corbin 


AA Drafting & Design 




MARTHA SHAUGHNESSY 


Louisville 


ASN Nursing 




SUSANNE SIMPSON 


Lexington 



AA Child Development 



Associates/Par-Sim 4Q5 




ABOVE: The warm weather draws students outdoors to catch a few mo- 
ments of relaxation with friends. RIGHT: The door-to-door survey is one 
method for student senators to meet their constituency face-to-face, and 
make sure they are representing the students' interest. This senator 
questions a co-ed, trying to find out how she can do a better job. 



DIANE SIPES Tutisville, FL 

AA Ornainental Horticulture 
RITA SLONE Phelps 

AS Medical Assisting 
TAMMIE SMILEY Brandenburg 

AA Executive Secretary 
JANA SNAPP Carlisle 

AS Floriculture & Floristry 

DEBBIE SPARKS Lexington 

AA Dietetics 
RICK SPARKS Irvine 

AS Voccational Industrial Technical Teachers Ed. 
CRAIG SPRESTER Richmond 

AS Nursing 
TERRl STEAD Louisville 

AS Medical Secretary 



CHERYL STEPHENS 

AS Medical Records 
STEPHENSON LONDA 

AA Juvenile Corrections 
SHEILA STRONG 

AA Accounting 
STUMP MARK 

AA Police Adminstration 

NANCY TACKETT 

ASN Nursing 
KEVIN TARTER 

AA Law Enforcement 
PENNY TAYLOR 

ASN Nursing 
MEG TEIPEL 

ASN Nursing 



Whitley City 

Irvine 

Ft. Thomas 

Cincinnati, OH 

Jenkins 

Russell Springs 

Corbin 

Ft. Wright 




406 Associates/Sip-Tei 



Work And Relaxation — A Must at College 




DAVID TERRY 


Louisville 


AA Printing 




ROBERT THACKER 


Lexington 


AA Business Management 




KIM THRASHER 


Owensboro 


AA Horticulture 




ELSIE TOOMES 


Liberty 


AA Accounting 




DEAN TURNER 


Richmond 


AA Law Enforcement 




BRENDA WADE 


Harrodsburg 


AA Legal Secretary 




WILLIAM WALLACE 


Munfordville 


AA Horticulture 




JO WALLER 


Nicholasville 


AA Legal Secretary 




MARY WARD 


Philpot 


ASN Nursing 




GLORIA WASHINGTON 


Lexington 


AA Executive Secretary 




TERESA WATSON 


Louisville 


AA Medical Laboratory Technician 




R. LEE WATTS 


Lexington 


AA Broadcasting & Pre-Engineering 




RICHARD WEBB 


McKee 


AA Drafting & Design 




CHERYL WHITE 


Paint Lick 


AA Executive Secretary 




EDDIE WILLIAMS Boca Raton, FL 


AA Juvenile 




LOUETTA WILSON 


Irvine 


AA Executive Secretary 




REGINA WILSON 


Mt. Sterling 


AS Nursing 




KIMBERLY WINKLER 


Irvine 


ASN Nursing 




MARY WOLFE 


Morganfield 


AA Criminalistics 




STEVE WOODRING 


Darling, SC 


AA Turff Grass 




KATHY WORK 


Covington 


AA Electronic Data Processing 




CECELIA WRIGHT 


Jenkins 


AA Finance 




PATRICIA ZIPPERLE 


Louisville 



AS Medical Assisting Technology 



AssociatesAer-Zip 407 



Parking Increases Students Woes 



AL AB 


Saudi Arabia 


HUGH ABELL 


Owensboro 


DAVID ABNEY 


Richmond 


TERRIE ABNEY 


Irinve 


NANCY ADAMS 


New Castle 


KIMADKINS 


Ashland 


TIMOTHY ADKINS 


Middletown, OH 


NOVANIA AKERS 


Allen 


ANTHONY ALLEN 


Louisville 


TERRI ALLEN 


Louisville 


WAYNE ALLEN 


Lexington 


CATHY ALLGOOD 


Louisville 


ELAINE ALVINO 


Franklinville, NJ 


VICKI AMBURGEY 


Corbin 


JODY AMBURGY 


Waynesvilie, OH 


TONYAMBURGY 


Waynesville, OH 


JAYNE ANDERSON 


Xenia, OH 


JENNIFER ANDERSON 


Charleston, W VA 


PETER ANDERSON 


Williamson, W VA 


DAVID ANDES 


Louisville 




A i 




410 )uniors/Ab-An 




STEVE ANGERMAN 


Dayton, OH 


L. BETH ARMSTRONG 


Louisville 


PAM ARNETT 


Oneida 


ROBERT ARNOLD 


Lancaster 


LINDA ASBERRY 


Albany 


JUANITAASHER 


Baxter 


SAMMY AYRES 


Lancaster 


LARRY BABB 


Irvine 


SARAH BAGGETT 


Owensboro 


CONNIE BAILEY 


Louisville 


DENISE BAILEY 


Wilmore 


ROGER BAKER 


Crab Orchard 


STEVE BAKER 


David 


LYNNETTE BAKKEN 


Crookston, MINN 


LYNN BALDWIN 


Richmond 


WILLIAM BALDWIN 


Stamford, CT 


DOUG BALL 


Birmingham, Ml 


SUSAN BALL 


Lancaster 


LEIGH BARKER 


Turkey Creek 


LORI BARKER 


Lancaster 



Among the changes returning students found 
this year were the more restrictive parking 
regulations. It didn't take long, though, to find 
out the consequences of violating these rules; 
students learned by watching quite a few cars 
get hitched to a tow truck. It wasn't long before 
that became such a common sight that few stu- 
dents ever cast a second glance when the truck 
appeared — unless it was headed for their car. 



OPPOSITE PAGE: A towman's work is never done. The boys have struck 
again, and some poor student is in for a surprise when he comes back for 
his car. LEFT: It's jobs like this that give security officers their reputation 
for hard-heartedness. The pained expression on this student's face 
shows what he thinks of his parking ticket. 



Junlors/Ang-Bar 411 



BRYAN BARNES 
DEBBIE BARNES 
ELLEN BARNOTT 
JOHN BARRITEAU 
LINDA BAYS 



CHERYL BEARD 
ELLEN BEASON 
GLORIA BEATTY 
ANN BEAVIN 
RHONDA BECK 



JULIE BECKMAN 
CARL BEGLEY 
VENA BELCHER 
GEORGE BELLAMY 
TAMMY BENGE 



CINDY BENNETT 
ELLEN BENNETT 
DALE BERNARD 
PAULA BERKE 
JANE BERKEBILE 



ANNA BERRY 
MARILYN BEST 
AKBAR BIDARIAN 
KEVIN BISHOP 
ROSALIND BISHOP 



GREOGRYBISIG 
DEBRA BISPING 
ROBERT BLACKBURN 
TAMMY BLACKBURN 
PATRICIA BLACKWELL 



CECIL BLANKENSHIP 
ANN BODINE 
ROSEMARY BOLTON 
PHYLLIS BOONE 
MARLENE BORDEN 



JENNIFER BORDERS 
SHARON BOTTS 
RENEE BOUDINOT 
WILLIAM BOWDY 
LIBBY BOWMAN 



Springfield, OH 

Frankfort 

Lexington 

Gatun, Canal Zone 

Artemus 



Fairdale 

Middlesboro 

Louisville 

Bardstown 

Crawfordsville, IN 



Cincinnati, OH 

Hazard 

Elkfiorn City 

W. Liberty 

Manchester 



Dayton, OH 

Frankfort 

New Weston, OH 

Glasgow 

Ashland 



Louisville 

Louisville 

Persia 

Louisville 

Richmond 



Louisville 

Richmond 

Mt. Washington 

Goody 

Irvine 



Frankfort 

Mackville 

Richmond 

Howardstown 

Louisville 



Lebanon 

Owensville 

Radcliff 

Ft. Thomas 

Campton 




K^ jJ^ ^ 



412 Juniors/Bar-Bow 




STEPHEN BOWMAN 


Lexington 


TORY BOWMAN 


Dayton, OH 


DAVID BOYD 


McRoberts 


VICKIE BRADEN 


Miamisburg, OH 


DEBBIE BRADLEY 


Brodhead 


SHAUNA BRADLEY 


Louisville 


LINDA BRADSHAW 


Junction City 


CLAUDIA BRAGDON 


Greenville, TN 


SUSAN BRECKENKAMP 


Winchester 


DALE BREITENSTEIN 


Louisville 


RANDY BROCKWELL 


Hopkinsviile 


MIKE BROGAN 


Middiesboro 


BRIDGETTE BROOKS 


Louisville 


JENNIFER BROWN 


Frankfort 


JILL BROWN 


Ashland 


JULIE BROWN 


Troy, OH 


MICHAEL BROWN 


Dayton, OH 


STEVEN BROWN 


Godfrey, IL 


CHERIE BRUMBACK 


Harrodsburg 


LYNN BRUMLEVE 


Louisville 


JANE BRYANT 


Louisville 


BRAD BURCH 


Freehold, NJ 


PAMELA BURGER 


Erianger 


PENNY BURGER 


Danville 


ANNETTE BURGESS 


Louisville 


JANET BURKE 


Monticello 


LINDA BURKEY 


Elmhurst, IL 


SPHAR BURKLOW 


Westchester, OH 


KATHY BURNETT 


Louisville 


JAMES BURNS 


Cincinnati, OH 


FRAN BURT 


Louisville 


BRUCE BURTON 


Catlettsburg 


GARY BURTON 


Louisville 


NANCY BUSER 


San Francisco, CA 


PAUL BUSER 


Louisville 


CATHY BUSH 


Henderson 


JAMES BUSH 


Winchester 


LISA BUSH 


Independence 


FARA BUSHNELL 


Harlan 


TIM BUTLER 


Louisville 



Juniors''Bow-But 413 




ABOVE: Main Street of Richmond attracts various types of people 
around Halloween. Tfiis clown helps relieve nervous jitters as students 
prepare to enter the House of Horrors. 



TIMOTHY BUTLER 
THOMAS BYLER 
RENEE CAHAL 
LAURA CALI 
BETH CALLIHAN 



THOMAS CAMBRON 
CONNIE CAMPBELL 
KATHERINE CAMPBELL 
LAURA CANNON 
BOBBY CANON 



WILLIAM CARD 
JEFF CAREY 
SUSAN CARR 
SUE CARROLL 
NORMAN CARTER 



MATTHEW CARTIER 
BRUCE CASELLA 
DEBORAH CASEY 
KAREN CAUDILL 
SHAWN CAUDILL 



Dayton, OH 

Fredericktown, OH 

Ashland 

Baldwin, NY 

Lebanon, OH 



Springfield 
Clay City 

Jamestown 
Lexington 
Frankfort 



Henderson 

Lancaster 

Cincinnati, OH 

Kettering, OH 

Ft. Myers, FL 



Richmond 

Vineland, NJ 

Lawrenceburg 

N. Bend, OH 

Ashland 




414 )uniors/But-Cau 



students Await Frightening Experience 




so LING CHAN 


Hong Kong 


PATRICIA CHANCELLOR 


Louisville 


JOSEPH CHARLES 


Ashland 


DEBI CHITTENDEN 


Lexington 


GENE CINNAMON 


Lawrenceburg 


JOHANNA CLANCY 


Lexington 


RUTH CLARK 


Owensboro 


MARIE CLARKE 


Mt. Ephraim, NJ 


TERRY CLARKE 


Flatwoods 


KATHY CLAUSEN 


Louisville 


JOHN CLAY 


Perry, GA 


DOUGLAS CLAYTON 


Latonia 


CONNIE CLEETER 


Dillsboro, IN 


RICK CLEVINGER 


jeffersonville 


JENIFER CLOUTIER 


Henderson 


GAYECOBURN 


Cincinnati, OH 


DEBORA COE 


Williamstown 


TERRI COHEN 


Lindenhurst, NY 


BEVERLY COLE 


Louisville 


KATHY COLE 


Richmond 


SANDRA COLEMAN 


Inez 


DARLENE COLLINS 


Augusta 


GREG COLLINS 


Mt. Sterling 


PAM COLLINS 


Franklin, OH 


PATRICIA COLLINS 


Xebron 


RANDY COLLINS 


E. Bernstadt 


MARGARET COLTER 


Manchester 


JAMES COLVIN 


Franklin Furnace, OH 


MARY COMBS 


Hindman 


PATRICIA COMBS 


Manchester 


SALLY COMBS 


Okeana, OH 


JANET COMER 


Jeffersonville, IN 


ELAINE CONDON 


Erie, PA 


LaNEVA CONLEY 


Allen 


JUDIA CONN 


Ashland 


KRISTIECONN 


Smithfield 


WILLIAM COONS 


Louisville 


PAULA COOPER 


Richmond 


VALARIE COOPER 


Maysville 


ROBERT CORBEY 


Rockville, MD 



Juniors/Cha-Cor 415 



DEBRACORBIN 


Lebanon Junction 


DRAXIE CORNETT 


Anco 


ROBERT CORNETT 


London 


BRENDA COUCH 


Lily 


LORETTA COUGHLIN 


Lyndhurst, NJ 


MICHELECOWELL 


Louisville 


RICHARD COX 


Henderson 


ROBERT COX 


Louisville 


MARSHA CRABB 


Smithfield 


DANNY CRABTREE 


Bo wen 


SHERRI CRAFT 


Hazard 


DAVID CRAFTON 


Ro bards 


KATHERINE CRAFTON 


Louisville 


JANET CRAIG 


Louisville 


TERESA CRAIG 


Florence 


CONNIE CRAVEN 


Covington 


MARCIA CRAWFORD 


Crab Orchard 


FRANK CREECH 


Cumberland 


MIKE CREECH 


Westchester, OH 


J. KELLY CREED 


Louisville 


LIONEL CROOKS 


Ashland 


MARY CROW 


Louisville 


BRIAN CULBERTSON 


Lexington 


KEITH CURRY 


Frankfort 


MARY CURRY 


Columbia 


MELANIE CURRY 


Covington 


WANDA CURTSINGER 


Chaplin 


MARY DABNEY 


Lexington 


ALEX DALZELL 


Moundsvllle, W VA 


PAM DANIELS 


Franklin, OH 


MATTHEW DAVIES 


Dayton, OH 


CINDY DAVIS 


Dunnville 


CONNIE L. DAVIS 


Middletown, OH 


JAMES DAVIS 


Carrollton 


MARY DAVIS 


Lexington 


TERRI DAVIS 


New Richmond, OH 


DOUGLAS DEAREN 


Louisville 


MELINDA DEARING 


Lexington 


DAVID DeCUIR 


Louisville 


ELLEN DERNOVSHEK 


Berea 




416 Juniors/Cor-Der 




KIMBERLY DERRER 


Ashland 


MYRA DEVOE 


Louisville 


MARY DiLAURA 


Albion, NY 


DEBORAH DISNEY 


Cumberland 


SUZANNE DISTLER 


Fern Creek 


MIKE DITCHEN 


Lancaster 


DEAN DITMER 


W. Carrollton, OH 


VALERIE DIX 


Brandenburg 


JULIE DOLAN 


Sharon, PA 


APRILE DORRIS 


Russellville 


DIANE DOSSETT 


Frankfort 


GARY DOTSON 


Prestonsburg 


TARA DOUGHERTY 


Cincinnati, OH 


LYNN DOUTAZ 


Falmouth 


CARLA DOYLE 


Flemingsburg 


KATHY DUDLEY 


Florence 


RAY DUFF 


Ft. Thomas 


RUSSELL DUNAWAY 


Stanford 


ALICE DUNN 


Lexington 


DUKE DUNN 


Burgin 


PATRICIA DURBIN 


Richmond 


NEIL DWYER 


Ft. Wright 


VIRGINIA EAGER 


Richmond 


CINDY EARLEYWINE 


Syracuse, IN 


SIDNEY EAST 


Nicholasville 


TRACY EDWARDS 


Flatwoods 


JANICE EFFLER 


Madeira, OH 


DAVID FILER 


Corydon, IN 


CINDY ELDER 


Louisville 


MICHAEL ELLIS 


Louisville 


GALEELMY 


Louisville 


CHRIS ELSBERRY 


Wilton, CT 


GAYLE ENGLAND 


Campbellsville 


PAMELA ENGLAND 


Middlesboro 


LISA ENGLISH 


Washington C.H., OH 


JENNIFER EVANS 


Lexington 


JOHN EVINS 


Frankfort 


WYNDEE EZELL 


Louisville 


TRULY FAIR 


Louisville 


LaDONNA FARMER 


Louisville 



Juniors/Der-Far 417 



Friendly Air Pervades Campus 



SANDY FAULKNER 


Williamsburg 


BERNEDA FEE 


London 


RONALD FERGUSON 


Birmingham, AL 


CHARLES FERRELL 


Lexington 


ANTHONY FIGCS 


Lexington 


MORRIS FINLEY 


Manchester 


ANN FIRMAN 


Bardstown 


MELANIE FISH 


Be re a 


SALLY FITCH 


Sheffield, PA 


GENE FITZHUGH 


Lexington 


MELODY FOLEY 


Lexington 


BYRON FORD 


Lancaster 


LISA FORD 


Ft. Thomas 


REBECCA FOSTER 


Wilmington, OH 


WILLIAM FOSTER 


Hamilton, OH 


DONNA FOUSHEE 


Louisville 


JANICE FREEMAN 


McKee 


AMY FROMBACH 


Louisville 


ALISON FRYMAN 


Cynthiana 


KIM GABBARD 


Beattyville 




In the bustle of the school 
year, it's nice and sometimes 
necessary to stop and chat 
with a friend. There are too 
many times when students are 
so rushed that they must walk 
by friends and only exchange 
greetings, so on those occa- 
sions when there is enough 
time and an available friend, 
students will jump at the 
chance to stop and talk. Even a 
short break like this can send 
students to their next class 
refreshed and better prepared 
to make it through the day. 




418 )uniors/Fau-Cab 




PATGABBARD 


McKee 


MIKE GALLAGHER 


Lexington 


DEBORAH GARDNER 


Eiizabethtown 


JO ANN GARRETT 


Water Falls, Salisburg, 




Rhodesia 


RON GASH 


Lawrenceburg 


DEBBIEGASKIN 


Irvine 


TOM GATHOF 


Louisville 


BENA GAULT 


Lexington 


LEEANN GAY 


Louisville 


PEGGY GAY 


Buckhorn 


STEPHEN GAY 


Cincinnati, OH 


LINDA GELDREICH 


Cincinnati, OH 


ALISON GIBBONS 


LaGrange 


JOSEPH GILLETTE 


Louisville 


MICHAEL GILLEY 


Amelia, OH 


CARLAGINN 


Milton 


STEVEN GITTINGER 


Cincinnati, OH 


DIANE GLEASON 


LaGrange 


JANE GODDARD 


Portsmouth, OH 


BETTY GOINS 


Frankfort 



Juniors/Gab-Coi 419 



GWENDOLYN COLSTON 


Louisville 


DONNIE GOOCEY 


Vincent 


RICHARD GOODPASTURE 


Waco 


LuJAYNE GRACE 


Middlesboro 


KATHY GRAGG 


Lexington 


RAY GRANVILLE 


Lexington 


CYNTHIA GRAVES 


Moorestown, NJ 


RICKY GREEN 


Cumberland 


JAN GREENWELL 


Clearwater, FL 


MARY GREENWELL 


LaGrange 


CHERYL GREGORY 


Corbin 


MICHAEL GRIBBIN 


Lexington 


CHERYL GRIESINGER 


California 


FREDERICK GRIFFIN 


Miami, FL 


JANICE GRIFFIN 


Old Landing 


YVONNE GRIFFIN 


Louisville 


SHARON GRIFFITH 


Berea 


STEVE GRIMES 


Elizabethtown 


LYNNE GUERNSEY 


Tampa, FL 


LaTRESS HACKLEY 


Louisville 


CHRISTOPHER HADORN 


Bardstown 


M. HELENE HAGAN 


Waverly 


DAVID HAGER 


Vine Grove 


CYND! HALL 


Campbelisville 


DAVID HALL 


Irvine 


JAN HALL 


Allen 


KENNETH HALL 


Murphy, NC 


WALTER HALL 


Lovely 


JOHN HAMANN 


Hamilton, OH 


LINDA HAMILTON 


Hamilton, OH 


REBECCA HAMILTON 


Springfield 


STUART HAMILTON 


Berea 


KATHERINE HAMM 


AsFiland 


JOYCE HANNAN 


Berea 


JULIE HARGETT 


Augusta 


PAULA HARMELING 


Edgewood 


TAMERA HARRELSON 


Louisville 


JANE HARRIS 


Louisville 


JOYCE HARRIS 


Irvine 


TAMMY HARRIS 


Louisville 




420 luniors/Goi-Har 




DEBBIE HARROD 
MYRON HARROD 
KAREN HART 
LYNN HASENYAGER 
CYNTHIA HASTINGS 



DANA HASTY 
MARTIN HATFIELD 
EDWARD HAUSER 
BARBARA HAWLEY 
WILLA HAYES 



DONNA HAYS 
JOE HENDRICKS 
RODNEY HENDRICKSON 
CHERYL HEDGES 
JEFF HEINE 



MIKE HERBERT 
DIANE HERMANN 
LAUREL HIBBARD 
DOUGLAS HICKS 
MARY HIGDON 



MICHAEL HIGGINS 
BOBBY HILL 
THOMAS HILL 
ANN HILS 
THETA HINKLE 



JANEHISLE 
MARY HITE 
MUK-YING HO 
SANDY HODGE 
ANNETTE HOLCOMB 



CAROL HOLLONBECK 
JOHN HOMAN 
PEGGY HORD 
AMY HOREN 
SUSAN HORINA 



SUSAN HOREN 
LEONARD HORNSBY 
LINDA HOUSE 
CATHY HOUSTON 
JAMES HOWARD 



Pleasureville 

Milton 

Falmouth 

Earlville, IL 

Cincinnati, OH 



TippCity, OH 

Nancy 

Barbourville 

Louisville 

Covington 



McKee 

Cynthiana 

Evarts 

Cincinnati, OH 

Centerville, OH 



Lexington 

Louisville 

W. Somerset 

Martin 

Lebanon 



Norwalk,OH 

Carrollton 

Springfield 

Cincinnati, OH 

Inez 



Richmond 

Bardstown 

Hong Kong 

Louisville 

Lima, OH 



Naperville, IL 

Cincinnati, OH 

Arlington, VA 

Aurora, IN 

Louisville 



Xenia, OH 

Ft. Mitchell 

London 

E. Bernstadt 

Woodbridge, VA 



Juniors/Har-How 421 



Cheerleaders Tally Colonel's Points 



KIMBERLY HOWARD 


Vanceburg 


LEXIN HOWARD 


Hyden 


ROBERT HOWARD 


Oxford, OH 


EDNA HUDSON 


Hardshell 


KAY HUELSKAMP 


Dayton, OH 


LINDA HUFF 


Loveland,OH 


DONNA HUGHES 


Middletown, OH 


BECKY HUMPHREY 


Ashland 


ANDREA INNIS 


Annandale, NJ 


JENNIFER ISAACS 


Lexington 


DEBRAHISON 


Loyall 


MARY JACOBER 


Ft. Wright 


JIM JAGLOWICZ 


Lebanon 


JAMES JARMAN 


Versailles 


PATRICIA JENKINS 


Lexinston 


KATHERINEjENSEN 


Waddy 


EARL JOHNSON 


Olympia 


MICHAEL JOHNSON 


Loyall 


PRISCILLA JOHNSON 


Lexington 


ROBIN JOHNSON 


Catlettsburg 


VALARY JOHNSON 


Winchester 


ANN JONES 


Waco 


PAMELA JONES 


London 


PHIL JONES 


Oxford, OH 


RUSSELL JONES 


Highland, IN 


LORIJUERGENS 


Cincinnati, OH 


JAY JUNGCLAS 


Milford, OH 


JAMES JUSTICE 


Georgetown 


PAUL JUSTICE 


Lexington 


RAYMOND JUSTICE 


Pinson Fork 


GWEN KALDENBERG 


Houston, TX 


TRUDY KAPPELER 


Lexington 


LIBBY KARSNER 


Frankfort 


KIMBERLY KASH 


Beattyville 


JUDY KAUFMAN 


Aliquippa, PA 


REGINA KAUFMAN 


Louisville 


ANN KEENE 


Bardstown 


NAOMI KEESEE 


Ransom 


DEBORAH KEGLEY 


Vanceburg 


JOANN KEIFER 


Louisville 




422 luniors/How-Kei 




MONICA KEIFER 
DONALD KELLEY 
GLENDA KELLEY 
MELODY KELLEY 
DAVE KENDLE 



KENNETH KENDRICK 
MARK KENNER 
LINDA KERN 
GREGORY KEVER 
JEANINE KILCH 



SHELLYE KINCAID 
KARIN KINDER 
DEBORAH KING 
KATHRYN KING 
THOMAS KING 



TIMOTHY A. KING 
TIMOTHY KING 
KATHY KINGHORN 
RAM KIRK 
LAURA KIRKWOOD 



CHARLIE KLEIER 
KATHY KLINGLER 
JANET KNIGHT 
THOMAS KOLAR 
SHARON KOREHAGE 



Kettering, OH 

Woodbery, NJ 

Louisville 

Radcliff 

Cincinnati, OH 



Louisville 

Ft. Mitchell 

Brooksville 

Convoy, OH 

Cincinnati, OH 



Beattyville 

Lexington 

Sidney, OH 

Mt. Sterling 

Richmond 



Richmond 
Mt. Sterling 

Lexington 
Hodgenville 
Dayton, OH 



Ludlow 

Carrollton 

Richmond 

Louisville 

Shepherdsville 




LEFT: A football game can really be a workout 
for tfiose on the field and on the sidelines. 
Eastern's male cheerleaders pump push-ups 
to show their enthusiasm for touchdowns. 
With the Colonel's record, this crew had quite 
a strenuous season. 



Juniors/Kei-Kor 423 



LUCINDAKOWIS 


Claremore, OK 


CYNTHIA KRECICKI 


Frankfort 


CHRIS KREMER 


Troy, OH 


KENNETH KRINC 


Frankfort 


NANCY KUBILIUS 


Chicago, IL 


LAVERNE LAKES 


McKee 


DOUGLAS LAMBDIN 


Middles boro 


DEANNA LANCE 


Frankfort 


CONNIE LANGLEY 


Louisville 


DENISE LARSON 


joliet, IL 


SHARON LAWRENCE 


Frankfort 


ANTHONY LAWSON 


Beaver Dam 


ELAINE LAWSON 


Barbourville 


GIL LAWSON 


Shelbyville 


GRETA LAWSON 


Williamsburg 


MARLA LAWSON 


Hamilton, OH 


LARRY LEDBETTER 


Dayton, OH 


BARBARA LEE 


Louisville 


BEATRICE LEE 


Richmond 


GARY LEE 


Hong Kong 


PAMELA LEHMAN 


Chesapeake, VA 


ROBERT LEININGER 


Cincinnati, OH 


GAYLYNN LEIST 


Farmersville, OH 


MART! LEONHARD 


Ft. Mitchell 


BETH LESSARD 


Ft. Knox 


JACK LESTER 


Fairfield, OH 


CYNTHIA LEWIS 


Hollywood, FL 


PAM LEWIS 


Stanford 


PHILIP LEWIS 


Louisville 


JUDY LIGON 


Petersburg 


KAY LINDSAY 


Louisville 


MARY LINTON 


Louisville 


DENNIS LIPPY 


Louisville 


JOHN LITSEY 


Lexington 


CAROL LITTLE 


Whitesburg 


HERBERT LOGAN 


Nicholasville 


MARK LOGSDON 


Radcliff 


JEFFERY LONG 


Shelbyville 


JENNIFER LONG 


Harrodsburg 


TERRY LOPER 


Lebanon 










424 Juniors/Kow-Lop 




f V/ 



SHERRY LOSE 


Louisville 


LEE ANN LOVE 


Beaver, PA 


JOHN LOVELL 


Richmond 


CHERYL LUCAS 


Shelbiana 


MARGARET LUCKEY 


Columbus, IN 


JANET LYNCH 


Louisville 


THERESA LYNCH 


Spokane, WASH. 


DWIGHT LYONS 


Bethlehem 


MARY LYONS 


Louisville 


STEVEN LYONS 


Portsmouth, OH 


KATHY MADDEN 


Friendship, OH 


ROBIN MADDEN 


Friendship, OH 


SHANE MAHAN 


Louisville 


STUART MAIDEN 


Louisville 


BECKY MARKSBERRY 


Wiliiamstown 


CYNTHIA MARLOWE 


Corbin 


VICKIE MARSHALL 


Louisville 


YOLANDA MARSHALL 


Sharpsburg 


TODD MARSTON 


Owenton 


BARBARA MARTIN 


Lima, OH 


CHERYL MARTIN 


Winchester 


DAVID MARTIN 


Stanford 


ROBERT MARTIN 


Sharon Hill, PA 


ROY MARTIN 


Stanford 


COHEN MASDEN 


Philpot 


RICKMATTOX 


Carlisle 


JENNIFER MAYNARD 


Paintsville 


PAM MAYNE 


Williamsburg 


CARLOS McCHARGUE 


Louisville 


BOB McCLEESE 


Lexington 


CAROLYN McCLURE 


Louisville 


TERESA McCONKEY 


Kettering, OH 


REGINA McCOY 


McCarr 


DAVE McCRACKEN 


Florence 


KATHY McDANIEL 


Louisville 


MOLLIEMcDEVITT 


Cincinnati, OH 


BOB McDonald 


New Haven 


CAROLYN McDonald 


Valley Station 


GLENDA McDonald 


Richmond 


joANN Mcdonald 


Campbelisvilie 



Juniors/Los-McD 425 



BECKYMcGUFFEY 


Stanford 


TAMARA McGUFFEY 


Campbellsville 


MARK Mcintosh 


MIddletown, OH 


LINDA McMANN 


Middletown, OH 


BRADLEY McNEAL 


Carrollton 


SUZANNE McWHORTER 


Milford,OH 


SHEREE McWILLIAMS 


Prospect 


CAROL MERRITT 


Berea 


NANCY MEYER 


Alexandria 


KIM MIHM 


Wexford, PA 


BETTY MILBURN 


Junction City 


ANGEL MILIER 


Venezuela, S. America 


ANNA MILLER 


Kettering, OH 


BERNIE MILLER 


Hermitage, PA 


LEE ANNE MILLER 


Elizabethtown 


MICHELLE MILLER 


Florence 


THOMAS MILLER 


Elyria, OH 


RANDY MILLS 


Frankfort 


DAVID MITCHELL 


Louisville 


JOHN MITCHELL 


Louisville 


TERRYMITCHELL 


Guston 


BOBBIE MOBERLY 


Richmond 


CINDY MOHRFIELD 


Westchester, OH 


CAROL MONTGOMERY 


Louisville 


KAREN MONTGOMERY 


Versailles 


KIM MONTGOMERY 


Pittsburgh, PA 


BARBARA MOORE 


Harrodsburg 


KIM MOORE 


Dayton, OH 


TAMMY MOORES 


Richmond 


GARY MORGAN 


Ekron 


KEITH MORGAN 


London 


LINDA MORGAN 


Louisville 


ROBBY MORTON 


Richmond 


SUSAN MOUNTS 


Hardy 


MIKE MULLINS 


Berea 


RENEEMULLINS 


Louisville 


TREVA MULLINS 


Bethel, OH 


GINGER MURPHY 


Bronston 


JOSEPH MYERS 


Branderburg 


ANNETTE NARCISE 


South Point, OH 




426 )uniors/McC-Nar 




LAURA NAYLOR 


Lexington 


PENNY NEWELL 


Pickerington, OH 


DANNY NEWPORT 


Pineville 


PATTY NEWSOME 


Louisville 


DEBORAH NEWTON 


Louisville 


LINDA NIEF 


Fern Creek 


GARY NOEL 


Louisville 


NANCY NORRIS 


Louisville 


LINDA NUNN 


Pikeville 


MARY NUTTALL 


Madisonville 


FRANKOAKES 


Lancaster 


JONATHAN OAKLEY 


Louisville 


SHANE O'BRIEN 


Hazard 


BILL OKESON 


Sturgis 


SHERRIE OLLER 


Louisville 


CATHERINE O'ROURKE 


Louisville 


JOE ORRENDER 


Louisville 


VINCENT OSBOURN 


Louisville 


JEFF OSMAN 


Vanceburg 


JILL OVERMAN 


Dayton, OH 


DONALD OVERSTREET 


Columbia 


BETE OWENS 


Hazard 


BRIAN OWENS 


Levittown, PA 


STACEY OWENS 


Williamstown 


DEBBIE PALMER 


Winchester 


HELEN PALMER-BALL 


Louisville 


GLENA PARKER 


Lexington 


JAY PARKER 


Bedford 


JO ANN PARKER 


Frankfort 


LEIGH PASLEY 


Wincfiester 


CHARLES PATTERSON 


Louisville 


MICHAEL PATTON 


Morningview 


SANDRA PATTON 


Nicholasville 


KAREN PAYNE 


Lexington 


THOMAS PEERY 


Cincinnati, OH 


SHERIE PERDUE 


Richmond 


RHONDA PERKINS 


Louisville 


DEBORAH PETERS 


Corbin 


DOROTHY PETERS 


Irvine 


MARCUS PETITJEAN 


Burkettsville, OH 



Juniors/Nav-Pet 427 



Decisions, Decisions, Decisions! ! ! 



JACQUELINE PFEIFER 


Centerville, OH 


SARAH PHIPPS 


Frankfort 


JAMES PLEASANTS 


Edgewood 


JULIE POLING 


Philippi, W. VA 


CHRIS POLSTON 


Russel Springs 


CHARLES POOLE 


Irvington 


ANTHONY PORTIS 


Louisville 


RHONDA POTTER 


Elkhorn, City 


CYD PRICE 


Louisville 


RANDY PRIDEMORE 


Ewing, VA 


STEPHEN PRIEST 


Irvington 


LINDA PRINCE 


Westport, OH 


JOHN PROPHETER 


Jamestown, NY 


MARK PROSSER 


O'Fallon, IL 


SHARON PRUITT 


Mt. Hermon 


MISSY PULLIAM 


Prospect 


JOYCE PURSLEY 


Louisville 


CANDY PURVIS 


LaGrange 


JOANNE QUAIES 


Bohemia, NY 


PAUL QUINN 


Louisville 


TAMMY RANEY 


Cincinnati, OH 


SANDRA RAPSON 


Louisville 


SALLIE RAWLINGS 


Lawrenceburg 


BOB REEDY 


Elizabethtow^n, IN 


DEBORAH RENAKER 


Brookville, IN 


JULIE RENFROE 


Lancaster 


SHARON RENNERS 


Fairfield 


KAREN RENNIRT 


Fairdale 


DAVID RENSHAW 


Owensboro 


DEBRA REYNOLDS 


Finley 


DOUG REYNOLDS 


Lexington 


MARK RIFFEE 


GeorgetoM/n 


BONNIE RIGG 


Louisville 


LISA RICGS 


Louisville 


KEITH RJGHTMYER 


Harrodsburg 


ROSEMARIE RILEY 


Mt. Sterling 


TIM RITTER 


Summer Shade 


DIANE ROBERSON 


May's Lick 


PAULA ROBERTS 


Lexington 


BETTINA ROBINSON 


Fairmont, W VA 




\ 



428 Juniors/Pfe-Rob 



i 




MARGARET ROBINSON 


Jersey City, NJ 


VICKY ROBINSON 


Louisville 


VICTORIA ROHALL 


Monroeville, PA 


JANE ROLFSEN 


Ft. Wright 


DEBRA ROSE 


W. Liberty 


ELIZABETH ROSE 


Beattyville 


KENNETH ROSE 


Richmond 


CONNIE ROSS 


Cincinnati, OH 


SHEREE ROSS 


Lancaster 


E. JOY ROWE 


Owensboro 





LEFT: The bookstore is the closest and therefore, often the first place for 
students to begin their search for ornaments to decorate their rooms. 
This co-ed checks through the bookstore's stock of posters, hoping to 
find one she likes. ABOVE: The practice of buying votes lives on at 
Eastern. Campaigning for their favorite homecoming queen candidate, 
these gentlemen try to purchase a vote with candy — and they seem to be 
doing a successful job. 



Juniors/Rob-Row 429 



CINDY RULLMAN 
NURI RUSHAALA 
TERRI RUSSELL 
SHARON RUSTERHOLZ 
MARK SANDERS 


Aurora, IN 

Tripoli, Libya 

Pomeroy, OH 

Cincinnati, OH 

Louisville 


JIMSATTESON 
JACQUIE SAVAGE 
ROBERT SAXTON 
JULIA SAYLOR 
RUSS SAYLOR 


Kettering, OH 

Hebron 

Louisville 

Corbin 

Seymour, CT 


SHERRY SAYLOR 
DAVID SCALES 
CAROLYN SCHAFTLEIN 
SANDY SCHATZMAN 
ANGIE SCHMIDT 


Coxton 

Versailles 

Louisville 

Erianger 

Cincinnati, OH 


PEGGY SCHOOLCRAFT 
FRANK SCHOOLER 
PAMELA SCHWARTZ 
KIMBERLEY SCOTT 
DARRELL SEALS 


Somerset 

Fisherville 

Erianger 

Bedford 

Hamilton, OH 


JULIE SEGER 
TERI SEIPPEL 
TOM SEITER 
GARY SHAFFER 
WILLIAM SHANLEY 


Louisville 

Kettering, OH 

Brookville, IN 

Springfield, OH 

Coventry, Rl 


CARMEN SHANNON 
CHARLOTTE SHARP 
JANE SHEETS 
BEVERLY SHEFFER 
GEORGE SHEPARD 


Trotwood, OH 

Worthville 

W. Liberty 

Hodgenville 

Christiansburg, OH 


RODNEY SHERMAN 
PEGGY SHEWMAKER 
WILLIAMS SHIELDS 
VICKI SHONTEE 
TAMARA SIEWERT 


Richmond 

Louisville 

Campbellsville 

Louisville 

Vine Grove 


PAMSIMKINS 
DEBBIE SIMPSON 
PEGGY SIMPSON 
DAVID SINK 
LAURIE SISSEL 


Elkhorn City 

Tipp City, OH 

Louisville 

Rineyville 

Falmouth 




430 )uniors/Rul-Sis 




KATHYSIZEMORE 


Freeburn 


ROSE SKAGGS 


Cattletsburg 


WAYNE SKELTON 


Frankfort 


KIMBERLY SKILES 


Scottsbluff, NE 


PHILLIP SLATTERY 


Frankfort 


BERNIESLAYTON 


Louisville 


DEBIE SLUSHER 


Walton 


CHARLES SMITH 


Louisville 


DEBORAH SMITH 


Lexington 


GARY SMITH 


Lincroft, NJ 


KATHY SMITH 


Beattyville 


MARK SMITH 


Louisville 


PAMELA SMITH 


New Castle 


POLLY SMITH 


Springfield 


REBECCA SMITH 


Louisville 


SHARON SMITH 


Troy, OH 


STEPHEN SMITH 


Lebanon 


NANCY SNYDER 


Erlanger 


JIM SOMMERKAMP 


Park Hills 


ROBIN SPANGLER 


Dillsboro. IN 


JUDITH SPAULDING 


Jamestown, NY 


TERRY SPEARS 


Danville 


DONNA SPENCER 


Beattyville 


NANCY SPENCER 


Rogers 


JEFF SPROAT 


Ft. Myers, FL 


LINDA STAMPER 


Mt. Sterling 


ALLEN STANFORD 


Elkatawa 


JENNIFER STAPLES 


Revenna 


RAY STAPLETON 


Middlesboro 


KAREN STARK 


Carrollton 


SHELLY STEELE 


Owingsville 


SAM STEELY 


Williamsburg 


J. KEVIN STENGEL 


Louisville 


DEBORAH STEVENS 


Ashland 


DEBORAH STEVERSON 


Winchester 


CAROLINE STEWART 


Louisville 


DEBBIE STIVERS 


Corbin 


SHARON STIVERS 


Fairport 


ERIKA STONE 


Ashland 


W. EARL STONE 


Ashland 



Juniors/Siz-Sto 431 




ABOVE: The County Arts and Crafts Fair annually brings together merchants and members of the Eastern community in the fountain 
area. This craftsman helps a student pick out a piece of Indian jewelry. 



SUSAN STOW 
JOAN STREHLE 
BONNIE STRONG 
NICK STRONG 
JEANNE STRUNK 



KATHYSTRUNK 
MARSHA STUMBO 
CARLA SUERDIECK 
MARK SULLIVAN 
THOMAS SUTTON 



JENNIFERSWEENEY 
MICHAEL SWEENEY 
TERESA SWOPE 
SUSAN SYMS 
ANNETTA TACKETT 



DEBBIE TACKETT 
HARRIET TASMAN 
HELEN TAYLOR 
LESLIE TAYLOR 
MICHAEL TAYLOR 



PHYLLIS TAYLOR 
RITA TAYLOR 
GENA TEATER 
TERESA TERHUNE 
DENNIS TERRELL 



Rising Sun, IN 

Morganfield 

Craftsbury Common, VT 

Lexington 

Pine Knot 



Cincinnati, OH 

Prestonsburg 

Tipp City, OH 

Cuyahoga Falls, OH 

Mt. Washington 



Hebron 

Louisville 

Cygnet, OH 

Valley Station 

Robinson Creek 



Inez 

Louisville 

Smithfield 

St. Bernard, OH 

London 



Radcliff 

Harrodsburg 

Njchoiasville 

Harrodsburg 

Louisville 




432 )uniors/Sto-Ter 



student Entertainment Gains Popularity 




DANNY TEWMEY 


Versailles, IN 


JANICE TEXTOR 


Montville, NJ 


LESLIE THALHEIMER 


Loveland, OH 


SUSAN THOMAS 


Columbus, OH 


TONI THOMAS 


Lexington 


TOMMIETHOMASSON 


Richmond, VA 


KATHY THOMISON 


Dayton, OH 


ANTHONY THOMPSON 


Louisville 


DITA THOMPSON 


Maceo 


KATHY THORE 


Versailles 


DENNIS THORPE 


Irvine 


DAVID THURMAN 


Lawrenceburg 


KATHY TODD 


Stanton 


ANN TOMLINSON 


Frankfort 


ROBERT TOPMILLER 


Cincinnati, OH 


LOTTIE TOWNSEND 


Jeffersonville 


PAUL TRAVIS 


Covington 


JENNIFER TREADWAY 


Fortville, IN 


ANN TRIMBLE 


Paintsville 


MARK TRIPLETT 


Middletown, OH 


DEBBIETUBB 


Louisville 


DAVE TUCKER 


Louisville 


BECKY TURNER 


Louisville 


CLIFFORD TURNER 


Coeburn, VA 


JAMES TYREE 


Berea 




LEFT: Extemporary concerts often draw music 
lovers to the chapel, just as these pied pipers, 
Ricl< Cox and Tom Rogers, draw an audience 
to listen to the soft sounds of their guitars. 
Musicians are often found there playing for 
the enjoyment of others. 



Juniors/Tew-Tyr 433 



ANITA UMBERGER 


Lexington 


TAMI VanPELT 


ErIanger 


LESLEY VARNEY 


McCarr 


CHRIS VASQUEZ 


Miami, PL 


MARY VESELS 


Louisville 


CLENDAVIARS 


Hyden 


STEVE WAHLBRINK 


Ft. Thomas 


LORI WALBRUN 


Cincinnati, OH 


DEBBIE WALKER 


Buffalo, NY 


JANIS WALKER 


Richmond 


TAMMY WALTERMAN 


Hebron 


RANDY WALTERS 


Madisonvilie 


STEVE WARD 


ErIanger 


PATRICIA WATSON 


Monticello 


EUGENIA LYNN WEBB 


Mayking 


JUDY WEBBER 


Louisville 


KAREN WEIS 


Lima, OH 


SANDRA WELLMAN 


Ashland 


PRISCILLA WELLS 


Bardstown 


TODD WELSH 


W. Carrollton, OH 


JOSEPH WENDELN 


Taylor Mill 


CYNTHIA WESTERFIELD 


Louisville 


DONNA WHEATLEY 


Brandenburg 


VICKY WHEELER 


Harrodsburg 


MELISSA WHITAKER 


Hazard 


RITA WHITAKER 


Cincinnati, OH 


CHARLES WHITE 


Ft. Lauderdale, FL 


DAVID WHITE 


Stanford 


DENESE WHITE 


Aurora, IN 


KATHY WHITEHOUSE 


Lebanon 


BARRYWHITMAN 


Louisville 


GREGORY WICKER 


Louisville 


JANET WIDMANN 


Cincinnati, OH 


ANITA WILBERDING 


Louisville 


LEONARD WILBURN 


Louisville 


MICHAEL WILDER 


Middieboro 


JOYCE WILHELMI 


Louisville 


BECKY WILKERSON 


Sardinia, OH 


GREGORY WILKERSON 


Chicago, IL 


FRANCES WILKIRSON 


Lexington 




434 Juniors/Umb-Wil 




HAROLD WILLIAMS 


Louisville 


JOHN WILLIAMS 


Brandenburg 


JUDY WILLIAMS 


Georgetown 


LISA WILLIAMS 


Lincroft, NJ 


MARK WILLIAMS 


Florence 


PATRICIA WILLIAMS 


Louisville 


STAN WILLIAMS 


London 


DENESE WILSON 


Somerset 


MARY WILSON 


Louisville 


ANGELA WIMSATT 


Louisville 


NANCY WINGATE 


Frankfort 


MARSHA WINKLER 


Richmond 


GREG WISEMAN 


Richmond 


ROBERT WITTENBARGER 


Lynch 


ALAN WOLFE 


Louisville 


SCOTT WOLFE 


Scituate, MA 


TOM WOLFF 


Fern Creek 


CHERYL WOLFZORN 


Ft. Thomas 


DEBRA WOOD 


Tompkinsville 


TEDDY WOODS 


Manchester 


PEGGY WORLEY 


Stanford 


VICKIE WULFHORSE 


Cincinnati, OH 


YVONNE YADEN 


Liberty 


DEBORAH YATES 


Louisville 


JONI YATES 


Louisville 


SHEILA YEATER 


Vine Grove 


TERESA YORK 


Beattyville 


SAMUEL YOUNG 


Radcliff 


SUSAN YOUNG 


Corbin 


JANET YOUNT 


Gary, IL 



JOANZETZER Lexington 

NANCY ZIFCHECK Columbia Station, OH 

GUNTHER ZIMMERMAN Woodbury, NJ 



)uniorsAVil-Zim 435 



Fountain Offers A Variety of Activities 



PAULA ABLES 
JEFFREY ADAMS 
KENNETH ADAMS 
MONIECA ADAMS 
WILLIAM ADAMS 


Jamestown, OH 

Grayson 

Mt. Vernon 

Whitesburg 

Hardy 


PAMELA ADINGTON 
KIMBERLY ADKINS 
PAMELA AiCHBOLZ 
ABDULLAH AL-BALAWY 
MICHAEL ALBIN 


Kings Mountain 

Loveland, OH 

Cincinnati, OH 

Saudi Arabia 

Louisville 


RANDALL ALLEN 
ROXANA ALLEN 
SHERRI ALLEN 
CAROL ALLENDER 
JANET ALLISON 


Mt. Vernon 

Lexington 

Lexington 

Independence 

Maysville 


JANET ALLISON 
ABDULLH AL-RENNAIH 
GAYLA AMBURGEY 
JAN ANDERSON 
FRAN APPLEGATE 


Middlesboro 

Saudi Arabia 

Ashland 

Pine Knott 

Vanceburg 


KAREN APPLEGATE 
CHERYL ARCHILA 
GREG ARROWOOD 
WOODY ARVIN 
RUSSELL ATANASIO 


Brandenburg 

Waltham, MA 

Paintsviile 

Irvine 

Englewood, NJ 


PEGGY ATHEY 
WILLIAM BACH 
LORI BACHMAN 
KERRIE BAGBY 
LAUREL BAILEY 


Troy, OH 

Xenia, OH 

Cincinnati, OH 

Richmond 

Lexington 


TERRI BAILEY 
TERRY BAILEY 
DEBRA BAKER 
DONNA BAKER 
ROBIN BAKER 


Williamson, W.VA 

Louisville 

Emminence 

Lexington 

Manchester 


WAYNE BAKER 
RONALD BAKKER 
GARRY BALL 
LAURA BALL 
CINDY BALLARD 


Lexington 
Louisville 

Harrison, OH 
Lebanon 

Franklin, OH 




436 Sophomores/Abl-Bal 




SAM BALLARD 
DAVID BALTENBERGER 
CAROLYN BANKS 
WADE BARLOW 
WILLIAM BARNES 



LISA BARNETT 
LISA BARNETT 
JAMES BATES 
RONALD BATES 
MARK BATTEY 



Harrodsburg 

Louisville 

Whitesburg 

Richmond 

Richmond 



Hazard 

Mt. Sterling 

Springfield, OH 

Fairborn, OH 

W. Liberty 




When the weather is agreeable, the fountain 
area becomes the natural setting for many out- 
door activities. People come to listen to music, 
talk with their friends, attend the fairs, and to do 
all this while soaking up some sunshine. 
Whether the activities were planned or im- 
promptu, they added to the richness of college 
life, Eastern style. 



Sophomores/Bal-Bat 437 



JAIME BAUER 


Waynesville, OH 


AMY BAUMANN 


Ft. Thomas 


MARGARET BAUMER 


Seminole, FL 


WILLIAM BEAN 


Sabina, OH 


DOROTHY BEGLEY 


Chavies 


MARTHLYNBEGLEY 


Somerset 


MICHAEL BEHLER 


Ft. Wright 


KIM BELL 


Clayton, OH 


SHANNON BELL 


Erlanger 


CONNIE BENTLEY 


Independence 


LEWIE BENTLEY 


Maysville 


ROCKY BENTLEY 


S. Shore 


STEVE BENTLEY 


Lexington 


LESLIE BERCDOLL 


Cincinnati, OH 


GREG BERRYMAN 


Mt. Sterling 


DEBBIE BIDDLE 


Berry 


KAY BIEGER 


Ft. Mitchell 


ROSEMARY BINGHAM 


Cadiz 


DEBBIE BLACKBURN 


Pikeville 


JAMES BLADE 


Eminence 


ERNIE BLEVINS 


Crab Orchard 


LEE BLIZZARD 


Richmond 


DONNA BLYTHE 


Lexington 


LINDA BODEN 


Portsmouth, OH 


DEBRA BOGGS 


Pleasure Ridge Park 


JULIE BOHANNON 


Shelbyville 


JAMES BOLTE 


Russell 


LISA BONIN 


Louisville 


KATHY BOOTH 


Lexington 


VICTORIA BOSLEY 


Florence 


FELICIA BOTT 


Louisville 


JEFFREY BOYETTE 


Greenwich, CT 


JOHN BRADY 


Raywick 


GARY BRATCHER 


Louisville 


MARY BRATCHER 


Louisville 


TERRI BRECKHEIMER 


Louisville 


SHERIE BREEDING 


Isom 


MELODY BREWER 


Flemingsburg 


VANESSA BRIGGS 


Louisville 


NATALIE BRITTON 


Frankfort 



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438 Sophomores/Bau-Bri 




MARYBROADDUS 
DEBBIE BROCK 
MARGARET BROCK 
LOU BRONSON 
WALTER BROOKINS 



CHERYL BROOKS 
VALARIE BROOKS 
GREGORY BROWN 
SCOTT BROWN 
SUZANNE BROWN 



ROBIN BROWNING 
AMY BROYLES 
PAMELA BRUNNER 
PEGGY BRUNO 
LAURA BRUSSEE 



CHRISTI BRYAN 
ANGELA BRYANT 
CATHY BUDZINSKI 
DONALD BUFORD 
KELLY BUIRLEY 



VICKY BULLITT 
JILL BULLOCK 
DONNA BUNCH 
JANIE BURGESS 
LAWRENCE BURNETT 



SHERRY BURNETT 
JANICE BURNS 
KIMBERLY BURNS 
BECKY BUSH 
SCOTT BUSHON 



RICHARD BUTCKE 
ZELLA BUTLER 
TIMOTHY BYRD 
LINDA CABANNE 
JAN CAFFEE 



MYRACALDER 
BARB CALVERT 
LORA CAMPBELL 
STACY CAMPBELL 
SUE CAMPBELL 



Stanford 

Lake City, FL 

Kettle Island 

Louisville 

Louisville 



Louisville 

Williamsburg 

S. Shore 

Cincinnati, OH 

Wilmington, OH 



Richmond 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Cincinnati, OH 

Thornville, OH 



Catlettsburg 

Columbus, OH 

Lexington 

Richmond 

W. Carrollton, OH 



Louisville 

Battletown 

High Bridge 

Covington 

Glen Burnie, MD 



Springboro, OH 
Mackville 

Springfield, OH 
Owenton 
Louisville 



Dayton, OH 

Dry Ridge 

Winchester 

Naperville, IL 

Louisville 



Corbin 

Richwood 

Walton 

Hicksville, OH 

Lexington 



Sophomores/Bro-Cam 439 



TAMMY CAMPBELL 


Richmond 


SUSAN CARLOCK 


Kettering, OH 


BETTY CARPENTER 


Manchester 


DAVID CARPENTER 


Corbin 


JEFFREY CARPENTER 


Lawrenceburg, IN 


NEILCARRIER 


Danville 


RON CARROLL 


Lexington 


LORI CASE 


Cincinnati, OH 


PAM CASEY 


Cincinnati, OH 


CAROL CHAMBERLIN 


Campton 


KIMBERLY CHAPLIN 


Radcliff 


PHILIP CHEAP 


Louisville 


SANDRA CHEATHAM 


Danville 


FLORENCE CHENG 


Hong Kong 


WANDA CHILDRESS 


Louisville 


CATHY CHRISTENSEN 


Ashland 


PATRICIA CIECORKA 


Endicott 


ROBERT CIOLEK 


Richmond 


CINDY CLARK 


Hopkinsville 


PAMELA CLARK 


Ashland 


TIMOTHY CLARK 


Hardinsburg 


MARY CLARKE 


Mt. Prospect, IL 


CHRIS CLAYBAUGH 


Cincinnati, OH 


MARTHA CLAYTON 


Louisville 


MAUREEN CLEAR 


Danville 


JACKIE CLEPHANE 


Reading, OH 


PAUL CLERE 


Grayson 


RODNEY CLEVINGER 


Pikeville 


DIANE CLICK 


Independence 


CARLA CLIFTON 


Xenia, OH 


MACCOBLER 


Florence 


CYNTHIA COCHRAN 


Richmond 


KATHY COCHRAN 


London 


KIMBERLY COELLO 


Lexington 


BILL COLEMAN 


Louisville 


COLLEEN COLLINS 


Ft. Mitchell 


DEBORAH COLLINS 


Lexington 


KATHY COLLINS 


Louisville 


JOHN COLLOPY 


Covington 


DEBBI COLSTON 


Eminence 




440 Sophomores/Cam-Col 




J. KEVIN COMBS 


Louisville 


BONITA COMPTON 


Martin 


KERRY CONLEE 


Owingsville 


KIM CONLEY 


Westerviile, OH 


CONNIE CONN 


Sturgis 


DEBORAH CONNER 


Waco 


GREGORY COOK 


Beattyville 


ANNETTE COOKSEY 


Mt. Sterling 


CATHIE COOL 


Albany 


DEBORAH CORNETT 


Middlesboro 


SUSAN CORNETT 


Fogertown 


TIM CORNETT 


Middletown, OH 


BARBARA CORSO 


W. Mifflin, PA 


DEBRA COX 


Irvine 


KATHY COX 


Irvine 


SHANNON COX 


Winchester 


TERESA COX 


Nicholasville 


VIRGINIA COX 


Somerset 


DEBBIE CRAFT 


Louisville 


PATRICIA CRAVENS 


Liberty 


ROBIN CROWDUS 


Louisville 


DAVID CROWE 


Irvine 


CARLA CRUME 


Chaplin 


DEBRA CULBRETH 


Louisville 


CAROL CULLEN 


Louisville 


ANN CULLY 


Independence 


LARRY CURRAN 


Paris 


KEVIN CURREN 


Greenfield, OH 


CATHERINE CURRIER 


Richmond 


CRIS CURTIS 


Titusville, FL 


AVACUTICCHIA 


Columbus, OH 


MICHAEL DAILEY 


Atlanta, GA 


TAM DAILEY 


Lexington 


STEVEN DAMICO 


Ft. Mitchell 


CAROL DAUNHAUER 


Louisville 


JANE DAVIDSON 


Paris 


PAMELA DAVIDSON 


Pikeville 


DAN DAVIS 


W. Milton, OH 


DELPHIA DAVIS 


Louisville 


HUGH DAVIS 


Middlesboro 



Sophomores/Com-Dav 441 



Bookstore Fills Student's Needs 



LUANNE DAVIS 


Lawrenceburg, IN 


MARJORIE DAVIS 


Batavia, OH 


BRENDA DAWSON 


Cincinnati, OH 


KEITH DAWSON 


Lexington 


LINDA DAY 


Paint Lick 


CHRISTY DEAN 


Louisville 


JOSIE DEARING 


Lexington 


LAURA DEERING 


Ft. Mitchell 


MOIRA DEMPSEY 


Lynchburg, VA 


DIANE DERRICK 


Ashton, MD 


CATHERINE DeWITT 


Prospect 


SANDRA DeWITT . 


Rineyville 


NORMA DILLON 


Farler 


TIM DIXON 


Irvine 


LARRY DOKER 


Lakeside Park 


MARIA DOMENECH 


Miami, FL 


DAVE DONAHUE 


Bardstown 


CATHERINE DOTSON 


S. Williamson 


PAMELA DOTSON 


McVeight 


ROBIN DOTSON 


Wise, VA 


CATHY DOUGLAS 


Liberty 


JOHNIE DOWNEY 


Louisville 


PENNY DOYLE 


Maysville 


ELIN DRANGEID 


Lexington 


PAMELA DRURY 


Louisville 


HENRIETTA DUDGEON 


Campbellsville 


BENJAMIN DUNN 


Lexington 


DENISE DUNN 


Lexington 


DEBBIE DURBIN 


Louisville 


DIANNE DUSENBERY 


Newark, OH 


MICHELLE DUVALL 


Owenton 


SANDRA DUVALL 


Leitchfield 


VICKEY DUVALL 


Owenton 


JENNIFER DYER 


Albany 


DARYL EASON 


Lexington 


LOU ANNE EDELEN 


Louisville 


LAURIE EDMONDS 


Florence 


JERRI EDWARDS 


Danville 


ROBERT EIFERT 


Erianger 


MARY ELDER 


Louisville 




442 Sophomores/Dav-Eld 




KIMBERLYELKINS 
BOB ELLIOTT 
JOAN ELLIOTT 
ROBERT ELLIOTT 
TOM EMERICK 



LINDA EMMERICH 
MYRON EMODY 
CHRISTOPHER ENGLERT 
SHARON ENGLERT 
SHARON ENGLERT 



GROFFERYERHARD 
CHRISTINE ERNST 
BARBARA ESANBOCK 
BRIAN ESTEPP 
CAROBETH EVANS 



TAMARA EVANS 
TAMMY EVERMAN 
ERIK FEARING 
CHARLES FEGAN 
KATHI FEIGHNER 



MELINDAFIELDS 
ANN FILIATREAU 
BOBBIE FINNELL 
SALLY FISHER 
SUSAN FLANAGAN 



Frankfort 

Springfield, OH 

Rochester, NY 

Covington 

Canton, OH 



Dayton, OH 

South Williamson 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Louisville 



Newark, OH 

Miamisburg, OH 

Lexington 

Portsmouth, OH 

Middlesboro 



Booneville 

Kettering, OH 

Dawson Springs 

Maysville 

Danville 



Lexington 

Bardstown 

Erlanger 

Moscow, OH 

Pikeville 



LEFT: Every club on campus likes to have its 
name spread around, and one of the best 
ways of doing this is to advertise via the 
medium of the T-shirt. Rick Roberts, a mem- 
ber of Delta Upsilon has the fraternity letters 
imprinted on this shirt. 



Sophomores/Elk-FIa 443 



KIMBERLY FLETCHER 


Brodhead 


SUSAN FLOER 


Cincinnati, OH 


KEVIN FLOWERS 


Frankfort 


CHARLES FLOYD 


Richmond 


MARY FOGARTY 


LaGrange 


GARRY FOISTER 


Mancherster 


TAMMY FORBES 


Ft. Mitchel 


JULIA FOSSON 


Olive Hill 


TERRY FOX 


Knoxville, TENN 


AMY FRANCE 


Taylor Mill 


CHERYL FRAZIER 


Louisville 


SALLY FRAZIER 


Gilbertsville 


VANESSA FRAZIER 


Louisville 


VANETTA FRAZIER 


Louisville 


JEANINE FREDERICK 


Louisville 


CHERYL FRENCH 


Louisville 


DEBRA FRENCH 


Berea 


ANNE FRESHLEY 


Hudson, OH 


SUSAN FREUDENTHAL 


Frankfort 


MARC FREVOLA 


Jersey City, NJ 


SUSAN FREY 


Marysville, OH 


KARA FRICKE 


Waynesville, OH 


DIANA FRIEND 


Tipp City, OH 


MARIA FROELICHER 


Covington 


TIMOTHY FUGATE 


London 


DEBORAH FULNER 


Louisville 


MARY GALLAGHER 


Falmouth 


GEORGE GARDNER 


Kettering, OH 


JAMES GARRISON 


Ft. Thomas 


PATRICIA GASH 


Independence 


TONYA GAYLORD 


Nicholasville 


LEE CEILING 


Palmyra, PA 


LAUREN GEISS 


Holmdel, NJ 


KIM GENTRY 


Louisville 


SUSAN GERALD 


Scottsville 


MARK GILLESPIE 


Hamilton, OH 


ANTHONY GIULIANO 


Newark, NJ 


CHUCK GIVENS 


Louisville 


MARY GOODENOUGH 


Covington 


REBECCA CORBANDT 


Louisville 




444 Sophomores/Fle-Gor 




PENNYGORDON 


Louisville 


KIM GOSS 


Covington 


DIANA GRAESE 


Redcliff 


PAMELA GRAHAM 


Winchester 


STEPHEN GRAVES 


Paris 


JAMESGRAYBEAL 


Louisville 


DAPHNE GREENE 


Winchester 


MARIANNA GREENLEE 


Irvington 


CATHERINE GREENWELL 


Louisville 


SANDY GRIEB 


Louisville 


COLLEEN GRIFFIN 


Morrow, OH 


LISA GRIFFIN 


Lexington 


BONNIE GRIFFITH 


Lexington 


MIKE GRINNAN 


Ludlow 


KAIS HABEEB 


Saudi, Arabia 


TINA HACKER 


Berry 


DENISE HAGAN 


Paint Lici< 


TIMOTHY HAGAN 


Fern Creek 


CHERYL HAGEDORN 


Ashland 


LANA HALCOMB 


Somerset 


SUSAN HALE 


Springfield 


JUDITH HALFACRE 


Elizabethtown 


DIANA HALL 


Ft. Mitchell 


J. W. HALL 


Crestwood 


HOWARD HALLINAN, II 


Richmond 


LISA HAMILTON 


Louisville 


BARBARA HAMMOND 


Inze 


SANDRA HAMPTON 


Irvine 


DIANE HANCOCK 


Louisville 


STEVE HANNA 


Loveland, OH 


KAREN HARGAN 


Vine Grove 


TIM HARLAN 


W. Palm Beach, FL 


KAREN HARRIS 


Newark, OH 


CINDY HARSHFIELD 


Louisville 


GENEVA HARTMAN 


Sharpsburg 


LORIHARTMAN 


Middletown,OH 


DEBI HARVEY 


Newark, OH 


ELIZABETH HASELWOOD 


Columbus, OH 


JANICE HAUENSTEIN 


Louisville 


CAROL HAUTAN 


Oxford, OH 



Sophomores/Gor-Hau 445 



DAN HAY 


Cincinnati, OH 


MICHELLE HAYDON 


Ft. Mitchell 


CINDY HAYES 


Aurora, CO 


SANDRA HAYES 


Ashland 


TAMMY HAYS 


Lost Creek 


CLIFF HEDGES 


Louisville 


BARB HEHL 


Ft. Thomas 


KELLY HEHMAN 




KATHY HEICKEN 


Louisville 


JOSEPH HEIL 


Louisville 


EVAHEIMERDINGER 


Louisville 


BARB HEIZMAN 


Cincinnati, OH 


M. BARBARA HELLMANN 


Ft. Mitchell 


MIKE HENDERSON 


Georgetown 


STEPHANIE HENDRIX 


Flemingsburg 


DIEDRA HENRY 


Louisville 


STEVEN HENSLEY 


Dayton, OH 


DALE HENSON 


Frankfort 


GERALD HERINGER 


California 


MARY HILDEBOLT 


Eaton, OH 


CYNTHIA HILL 


Grayson 


ZONDA HILLMAN 


Ashland 


RODNEY HINKLE 


Ankorage 


MARY HINTON 


Flemingsburg 


MARY HOCHWALT 


Dayton, OH 


TANYA HOLDER 


Louisville 


MARY HOLLIDAY 


Hazard 


RON HOLLIDAY 


Harrodsburg 


KENNETH HOLLOWAY 


Louisville 


LaTAUNYA HOLLOWAY 


Louisville 


DOUGLAS HOLMES 


Louisville 


VALERIE HOLMES 


South Shore 


CINDY HOLTZAPPLE 


Lebanon, OH 


TONI HOPKINS 


Lancaster 


BART HORNE 


Paris 


DANNY HOSKINS 


Asher 


SHERRY HOUSTON 


Georgetown 


CHARLES HOWARD 


Lexington 


JO DENISE HOWARD 


Wheelwright 


MARY HOWARD 


Harlan 




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446 Sophomores/Hay-How 




WALTER HOWARD JR. 


Wheelwright 


FRANKLIN HOWE, JR. 


Maysville 


SANDY HUBBARD 


Mt. Vernon 


LARRY HUBER 


Hannilton 


VICKI HILETTE 


Burlington 


TERRI HUNT 


Hardy 


CONNIE HUNTER 


Albany 


ELAINE HUNTER 


Danville 


WILLIAM HUNTER, JR. 


Louisville 


DONNA HURST 


Middlesboro 


DWIGHT HUTCHISON 


Somerset 


SHUKO ICHIKAWA 


Japan 


JANET INGRAM 


Ravenna 


VIDA ISAACS 


Louisville 


GREGORY ISON 


Southgate, Ml 


BILL JACKSON 


Louisville 


DEBBIE JACKSON 


Oneida 


DIANA JACKSON 


Richmond 


VICTOR JACKSON 


Lexington 


BETH JACOBS 


Louisville 


JANET JACOBS 


Dayton, OH 


DAVID JARVIS 


Georgetown 


BARBARA JEFFRIES 


Millville, NJ 


DEBORAH JOHNSON 


Louisville 


JONI JOHNSON 


Ludlow 


LISA JOHNSON 


Ludlow 


NANCY JOHNSON 


Green Valley, AR 


PAM JOHNSON 


Virgie 


SHARON JOHNSON 


Louisville 


STUART JOHNSON 


Louisville 


SUSANJOHNSON 


Chesterfield, MO 


GREGG JONES 


Richmond 


JILL JONES 


Louisville 


ROBERT JONES 


LaPlata, MD 


CHARLSEY JUMP 


Florence 


REBEKAH KAHNE 


Ashland 


BETH KAISER 


Louisville 


TIMOTHY KANNAPEL 


Richmond 


GENIA KARLOSKY 


Hebron 


LISBETH KEEFE 


Dayton, OH 



Sophomores/How-Kee 447 



JENNIE KEELIN 
CHRIS KELLY 
MEG KELLY 
JILL KELTNER 
KIRBY KEMBLE 



KIM KEMPER 
CINDY KERN 
DIANE KERR 
KAREN KIDD 
DaRAE KING 



KATHRYN KINSEY 
ALESIA KIRK 
CHARLOTTE KIRKLAND 
JEAN KIRKPATRICK 
LISA KIRKPATRICK 



DIANE KISER 
GARY KISTNER 
ANGIE KLOCKE 
MIKE KLOTZ 
CHRIS KOOGLER 



Mariette,OH 

Cincinnati, OH 

Ft. Mitchelle 

Campbellsville 

Louisville 



Frankfort 

Broolsville 

Harrison, OH 

Hazard 

Lexington 



Wauconda, ILL 

Kermit, WV 

Lebanon 

Newhaven 

Stanford 



Richmond 

Ashland 

Ft. Thomas 

Louisville 

Fairborn, OH 




ABOVE: These girls carry in the essentials of dorm life, making them feel 
at home. RIGHT: After everything is moved in, this co-ed begins the 
tedious task of unpacking all the boxes and luggage. 



448 Sophomores/Kee-Koo 




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Moving In; A Busy Task 




MARIBETH KOZUH 
JEANENE KREBS 
DEMISE KRUER 
LESLIE KUNKLE 
WAYNE LANCASTER 


Vandalia.OH 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Springfield, OH 

Fairdale 


VICKIE LANE 
LISA LANG 
TIM LANGFORD 
THERESA LASH 
LOUNETTA LAWLESS 


Lexington 

Ft. Thomas 

Somerset 

Richmond 

Waynesville, OH 


TERESA LAWRENCE 
BETTY LEACHMAN 
LUANNE LEACHMAN 
TERRY LEATHERS 
BELINDA LEE 


Lima 

Louisville 

Springfield 

Frankfort 

Sheperdsville 


SAMMY LEE 
MARILYN LEER 
PAM LEFT 
MICHAEL LEHE 
BART LEIST 


Hong Kong 

Georgetown 

Ewing 

Dayton, OH 

Louisville 


ANITA LENHART 
TINA LESTER 
LISA LEUENBERGER 
LORIE LEWIS 
SUSAN LEWIS 


Louisville 

Liberty 

Cincinnati, OH 

Frankfort 

Winchester 




LEFT: Consultation with roommates is an essential aspect of interior 
design. This girl solicits an opinion on the placement of a knick-knack. 



Sophomores/Koz-Lew 449 



LISA LINCOLN 


Louisville 


CHERI LINEBERRY 


Louisville 


MARY LINK 


Louisville 


MARCIA LINNENKOHL 


Dayton, OH 


MARK LLOYD 


Covington 


TAMMY LOAR 


Troy, OH 


KATHY LONG 


Centerville, OH 


SUZETTE LONG 


Albany 


DEAN LORING, JR. 


Cincinnati, OH 


MICHAEL LOTTO 


Akron, OH 


STEVEN LOUTHAN 


London 


GLENDA LOWE , 


Stanton 


BRENDA LOWWRY 


Louisville 


TOM LUDWIG 


Louisville 


ALLYSON LUSBY 


Georgetown 


DEBBIE LUTTRELL 


Windsor 


RUSSELL LYKES 


Troy, OH 


KIMBERLY LYONS 


Dayton, OH 


CHERYL MABRY 


Lancenter 


JONELL MACY 


Hardinsburg 


WADE MADDEN 


Cranks 


MARY MAEGLY 


Ludlow 


JUDY MAGIN 


Dayton, OH 


MICHAEL MAHAN 


Florence 


BETTY MALKIN 


Lexington 


TOMMY MANGES 


Lebanon 


THOMAS MANN 


Louisville 


RHODA MARCUM 


Richmond 


JULIE MARKEM 


Corbin 


MATT MARLOWE 


Lexington 


JANET MARSHALL 


Louisville 


CONNIE MARTIN 


Stanford 


JOY MARTIN 


Danville 


LAUREL MARTIN 


Crittenden 


JENNI MAUPIN 


New Haven 


CHARLIE MAUZY 


Morgantown 


MARK MAY 


Lexington 


JILL MAYS 


Booneville 


PATTY McCANN 


Flemington, NJ 


JEAN McCLANAHAN 


Pikeville 




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450 Sophomores/Lin-McC 








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KYLEMcCLARTY 


Louisville 


DEBBIE McClelland 


Ironton, OH 


KAREN McCLURE 


Louisville 


STEVEN McCOLLUM 


Lexington 


NATALIE McCOMIS 


Ashland 


DIANE McCULLUM 


Vandalia,OH 


PAT McKENZIE 


Winchester 


STEVE McKINLEY 


Lexington 


BEVERLY Mcknight 


London 


RANDY McMillan 


Ravenna 


DONMcNAY 


Edgewood 


MARY McQUADE 


Canal Winchester, OH 


CHARLES McQueen 


Manchester 


SHERI MEFFORD 


Warsaw 


BOB MEGARGEL 


Hammonton, NJ 


TEDMENSING 


Loveland, OH 


DAVID MEREDITH 


Louisville 


SUSAN MESPLAY 


Owensboro 


DIXIE METCALF 


Lancaster 


CONNIE MICHELS 


Erlanger 


CAROLMILLER 


Covington 


SARAH MILLER 


Taylorsville 


DEBRA MITCHELL 


Frankfort 


SHAWN MITCHELL 


Maysville 


KATHY MOENNING 


Louisville 


LYNNMOHR 


Ashland 


DIANA MOLLMAN 


Mason, OH 


ROBERY MONTGOMERY 


Enid, OK 


BUDDY MOOR 


Valdosta, GA 


DEBBIE MOORE 


Damascus, MD 


GREGMOORE 


Huntington Station, NY 


KAREN MOORE 


Louisville 


JEANIE MORGAN 


Columbia 


THERESA MORGAN 


Danville 


JAMES MORROW 


Omaha, Nebraska 


RICHARD MULCAHEY 


Dt. Wright 


DEBBIE MULLINS 


Covington 


MARK MULLINS 


Jenkins 


SUSAN MULLINS 


South Shore 


RHONDA MURRAY 


Greensburg 



Sophomores/McC-Mur 451 



JENNIFER MUSCH 
BIRGITTE MUSIO 
JAMIE NANCE 
SUSAN NANCE 
JULIA NANTZ 



CRAIG NAPIER 
ROSALINE NAPIER 
DARVA NAVE 
HOLLY NEFF 
RANDALL NEIKIRK 



JERRY NETHERLAND 
MARJORIE NEVITT 
CRAIG NEWTON 
SALLY NICHOLS 
SHEILA NICHOLSON 



KIMBERLY NIEDERHELMAN 
JOE NORMAN 
DENNIS NORTON 
LISA NORTON 
BRYAN O'BRIAN 



CLARA O'DONNELL 
ANNE O'HARA 
DENNIS O'HEARN 
YVONNA OKESON 
MICHAEL OLWELL 



MARY OWENS 
DOUGLAS PALMER, JR. 
VIRGINIA PALMER-BELL 
CHARITY PARROCO 
SANDRA PARSONS 



MARK PATRICK 
CINDY PATTERSON 
RONDA PATTON 
JACINTA PAYNE 
RAM PELFREY 



DEBBIE PELLE 
LISA PEQUIGNOT 
MICHAEL PERKINS 
DEBBIE PERRY 
ROBERT PETERSON 



Danville 

East Point 

Louisville 

Owensboro 

Helton 



Loyall 

Manchester 

Louisville 

Dale, Indiana 

Somerset 



Campbellsville 

Union Star 

Louisville 

Lexington 

Stanford 



Cincinnati, OH 

Irvine 

Somerset 

Louisville 

Meta 



Louisville 

Ft. Thomas 

Newport 

Sturgia 

Atlanta, GA 



Lexington 

Uncasville, CONN 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Spencer, WV 



Mt. Sterling 

Harrodsburg 

Hardshell 

Owensboro 

Lexington 



Southgate 

Springfield, OH 

Cincinnati, OH 

Frankfort, OH 

Loretto 




452 Sophomores/Mus-Pet 




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WENDY PETTIT 


Jamestown, NY 


BRADLEY PHELPS 


Louisville 


LESLIE PHELPS 


Louisville 


MIKE PHILLIPS 


Louisville 


LUCINDA PHOENIX 


Crestview Hills 


TAMIPICTON 


Russell 


PAM PLUMMER 


Richmond 


JAMES POOLE 


Louisville 


RONNIE POSEY 


Harrison, OH 


BRIAN POTTS 


Paducah 


KAYE POYNTER 


Eubank 


KATHY PRATER 


Prestonsburg 


ELAINE PRESTON 


Ashland 


RICK PRESTON 


Maysville 


ROBERT PRESTON 


Mitchellsburg 


KENNAPREWITT 


Richmond 


CYNTHIA PRITCHETT 


Nicholasville 


TERESA PROFITT 


Clay City 


TOM PROW 


Campbellsville 


KAY QUEEN 


Glenford, OH 


DEBORAH RAMBO 


Troy, OH 


TAMMY RANKIN 


Lexington 


KATHRYN RANSDELL 


Cincinnati, OH 


NANCY RAQUE 


Louisville 


TAMMY RASMUSSEN 


Cincinnati, OH 


KELLY READ 


Park Hills 


KIM REAMS 


Richmond 


DEVIN REED 


Pittsburg, PA 


KAREN REHKAMP 


Florence 


DAVID REISTER 


Hamilton, OH 


JIMMY RENFROW 


Lexington 


KATHY RENNIRT 


Fairdale 


KATHRYN REPPERT 


Mt. Vernon 


KAREN REYES 


Lexington 


ARKIE REYNOLDS 


Cold Springs 


SCOTT REYNOLDS 


Brandenburg 


JAMES RHODUS 


Carrollton 


BILLIE RICE 


Ashland 


JAN RIDDELL 


Lexington 


DARCY RIEGEL 


Harrison, OH 



Sophomores/Pet-Rie 453 



RIGHT: 5,800 raucous- fans get behind the 
basketball Colonels, and cheer them on to 
their first victory over the Dayton Flyers in 
four years. 




LAURIE RIES 


Ft. Thomas 


JUDY RILEY 


Irvine 


TERI RILEY 


Williamstown 


KAREN RIMER 


Covington 


CHERYL RINGLRY 


Monticello 


SHARON RITCHEY 


Carroll, OH 


RACHEL ROADEN 


Crobin 


MATTHEW ROAHRIG 


Coshocton, OH 


DEBORAH ROBERTS 


Florence 


JOCELYN ROBERTS 


Ewing, VA 


ANN ROBERTSON 


Paris 


SHARON ROBINSON 


Louisville 


TAMMY ROBINSON 


Louisville 


LEONARD ROE 


South Shore 


THOMAS ROGERS, IV 


Owingsville 


PAMELA ROLFES 


Ludlow 


GAIL ROSE 


Paris 


JULIE ROUGEUX 


Dawson Springs 


JERRY ROWE 


Burkesville 


JOHN ROWLETT 


Richmond 


JIMRUBEL 


Lexington 


ROSE RUCKER 


Ft. Lauderdale, FL 


SHERRY RUCKER 


Ft. Lauderdale, FL 


TERESA RUNION 


Whitley City 


RICHARD RUSHING 


Glenview, ILL 




454 Sophomores/Rie-Rus 



students Support Colonels 







KIM RUSSELL 


Campbellsville 


LORI RYAN 


Mt. Washington 


MASAKO SAITO 


japan 


BECKY SAMMONS 


Lexington 


CAROLYN SAMS 


Manchester 


JUNE SARGENT 


Freeburn 


SANDRA SAYLOR 


Kettle Island 


DAVID SCHAIBLE 


Cincinnati, OH 


PATRICIA SCHENKEL 


Cincinnati, OH 


SUE SCHIERING 


Cincinnati, OH 


TERJSCHOEMEHL 


Ft. Wright 


DEBORAH SCHORMAN 


Alexandria 


LAURA SCHULTE 


Villa Hills 


BEVERLY SCHULTZ 


Alexandria 


KATHRYN SCHWARTZ 


Ft. Thomas 


DEBRA SCOTT 


S. Williamson 


SHERYLE SCOTT 


McCarr 


JOHN SEALE 


Brookville, Indiana 


PATRICIA SEBASTIAN 


Lancaster 


MARK SEHORNE 


McRoberts 


ANGELA SEIBEL 


Dayton, OH 


CHRISTINE SEMLER 


Tronton, OH 


WILLIAM SENG 


Louisville 


PATTY SENN 


Louisville 


ELIZABETH SETTLE 


Wilmore 


LU A. SETTLES 


Nicholasville 


ANTHONY SHANNON 


Danville 


BILLY SHEENE 


Stanford 


SUSAN SHERMAN 


Williamson, W VA 


JIM SHEWMAKER 


Louisville 


ALANSON SHORT 


Lexington 


MATTHEW SHUFF 


Georgetown 


ALICIA SHUFFLEBARGER 


Grayson 


REBECCA SHUGHART 


Mt. Holly Springs, PA 


MARK SIEMON 


Springfield, OH 


WILLIAM SILLS 


Lexington 


DIANE SIMMONS 


Kalamazoo, Ml 


MARY SIMPSON 


Tompkinsville 


DEMISE SISK 


Hardinsburg 


NANCY SISSEL 


Falmouth 



Sophomores/Rus-Sis 455 



ALETHASIZEMORE 


Ft. Thomas 


BRENDA SIZEMORE 


Rowdy 


LuANN SKELLY 


Canton, OH 


CINDY SLAUGHTER 


Frankfort 


DEBORAH SLORACH 


London 


JAMES SMITH, JR. 


Campbellville 


JENNIFER SMITH 


Villa Hills 


JUDY SMITH 


Harrison, OH 


TIM SMITH 


Ashland 


WILLIAM SNAPP 


Cincinnati, OH 


JOYSNELL 


Dayton, OH 


STEVE SOEDER 


Louisville 


SUSAN SORRELL 


Mt. Sterling 


STEPHEN SPANCLER 


Middlesboro 


SCOTT SPARKS 


Ft. Thomas 


BONNIE SPENCER 


Winchester 


GREGORY STAED 


Lexington 


SHELLY STAFFORD 


Mt. Sterling 


CHRISTOPHER STAGGS 


Dayton, OH 


ANDREW STAMPER 


Campton 


MARYSTANDER 


Ludlow 


KARI STANLEY 


Cincinnati, OH 


JANIE STAPLETON 


Middleboro 


MARK STENBERC 


Colman, S. Dakota 


KRIS STEPHENS 


Springboro, OH 


CHERYL STEPHENSON 


Cincinnati, OH 


SHELLEY STEVENS 


Erianger 


MARSHA STEWART 


Union 


SERENA STEWART 


Mt. Vernon 


DALE STILL 


Dayton, OH 


JUDY STIVERS 


Frankfort 


ELIZABETH STONE 


Louisville 


FREDERICK STONE 


Winchester 


GAY STRATTON 


Ivel 


HOLLY STRATTON 


Versailles 


CONNIE STRONG 


Cynthiana 


DANA STROUD 


Louisville 


KEN STUESSEL 


Cincinnati, OH 


ELIZABETH STUMBO 


South Williamson 


ARTHELAS STRUGEON 


Lexington 




mkm^A Ji 




456 Sophomores/Siz-Str 







JEANNE STURGILL 


Pikeville 


KEVIN STURGILL 


Fairfield, OH 


ANN SUTHERLAND 


Bardstown 


MONTE SWINFORD 


Frankfort 


JANICE SWORD 


Pikeville 


NORMA TALLENT 


Albany 


RICHARD TALLENT 


Albany 


DEBRA TALLEY 


Danville 


ELEANOR TAPP 


Springfield 


DUANNA TAYLOR 


Louisville 


DEBORAH THACKER 


Richmond 


BRADTHIEN 


Dayton, OH 


RORY THOMAS 


Lexington 


KYNNE THOMPSON 


Louisville 


SUZI THOMPSON 


Liberty 


AMY TOPPER 


Centerville, OH 


BRENDA TRAPP 


Covington 


LISA TRIPLETT 


Irvington 


LIAS TROUTMAN 


Frankfort 


CHERI TUCKER 


Morehead 


PA TT! TUCKER 


Louisville 


ROSE TUGCLE 


Harrodsburg 


DONNA TURLEY 


Lexington 


MELINDA TURNER 


Mackville 


SYLVIA TURNER 


Jackson 


CISSY TUSSEY 


Lexington 


ELIZABETH TUSSEY 


Lexington 


VICKIE TYRA 


Stanton 


KAREN TYSSELING 


Dayton, OH 


APRIL UNDERWOOD 


Monticello 


CONNIE VALENTINE 


Confluence 


JEFF VANDERTOLL 


Louisville 


KATHY VanHOOK 


Stanford 


SUZY VAN HOOSE 


Pikeville 


LINDA VICKOUS 


Louisville 


JANETVINSON 


Wilmore 


DIANE VOGT 


Louisville 


JOHN VOLKERDING 


Louisville 


SAM VOLPENHEIN 


Cincinnati, OH 


SUSAN WADE 


Winchiester 



Sophomores/Stu-Wad 457 



ANTHONY WAGAHOFF 


Louisville 


VICTOR WAITS 


Frankfort 


DEBORAH WALKER 


Lexington 


FRED WALKER, III 


Danville 


JOETTA WALKER 


Mt. Sterling 


KEITH WALKER 


Louisville 


SHARON WALKER 


Cincinnati, OH 


TERRI WALKER 


Taylorsville 


LISA WALLACE 


Frankfort 


KENNETH WALTERS 


Woodbine 


MIKE WALTON Rose Terrace 


Comm., Ft. Knox 


MICHAEL WARD 


Fairfield, OH 


LIBBY WARNER 


Nancy 


AUGUSTA WASHINGTON 


Georgetown 


JIM WATKINS 


Richmond 


LaBERTAWEBB 


Manchester 


CHENA WEILAGE 


Louisville 


MELBURN WELCH 


Mt. Sterling 


BETTY WELLS 


London 


DEBRA WELLS 


Piqua, OH 


LINDA WELLS 


Pikeville 


RICK WELLS 


Corbin 


LESA WESLEY 


Batavia, OH 


PAMELA WESLEY 


Liberty 


VANESSA WESLEY 


Cadiz 


PAMALAWHALEY 


Louisville 


STEVE WHEELER 


Harrodsburg 


SUSAN WHIBY 


Vine Grove 


CYNTHIA WHITE 


Louisville 


PAM WHITE 


Lebanon, OH 


SCOTT WHITE 


Radcliff 


CHERYL WHITTAKER 


Richmond 


DEBBIE WIARD 


Frankfort 


TERI WICKELHAUS 


Cold Springs 


VINCE WICKER 


Louisville 


DEBRA WICKLINE 


Jackson 


KATHY WIEDMER 


Louisville 


BECKY WIENER 


Canton, OH 


ANN WILBER 


Lebanon 


DEBORAH WILDMAN 


Powhatan, VA 




458 Sophomores/Wag-Wil 




WALTER WILHOITE 


Frankfort 


RHONDA WILKERSON 


Paris 


VERL WILKINSON 


Liberty 


RITA WILLENBRINK 


Louisville 


STACEY WILLEUMIER 


Cincinnati, OH 


CRYSTAL WILLIAMS 


Yosemite 


DEBBIE WILLIAMS 


Milford, OH 


PEGGI WILLIAMS 


Bellevue 


GAYE WILLIS 


Milton 


WINIFRED WIMBERLY 


Midway 


MELINDA WISE 


Campbellsville 


LINDA WITZMAN 


Westchester, OH 


ROBIN WOLFE 


Morehead 


JACQUELINE WOOD 


Greensburg 


CHIRSTOPHER WOODS 


Louisville 


FRANKIE WOODS 


Manchester 


ROBIN WOODWARD 


Corbin 


RANDY WOOLUM 


Danville 


WILLIAM WORKMAN 


Lexington 


CINDY WRIGHT 


Lexington 


RONALD WRIGHT 


Stearns 


SUSIE WRIGHT 


Prestonsburg 


YVONNE WULFEKAMP 


Falmouth 


BRET YODER 


Florence 


DANIEL YORK 


Harlan 


LISA YOUNG 


Middlesboro 


THELMA YOUNG 


Booneville 


RAY ZERHUSEN 


Edgewood 


GAIL ZIMMERMAN 


Six Mile Run, PA 


WANDA ZOTTMAN 


Lebanon 



Sophomores/Wil-Zot 459 



RIGHT: Some people can study with TV's and 
stereos going, others need complete silence. 
This girl finds it easiest to study in her room so 
she needn't miss her favorite program. 




MAJREL AARON 


Greensburg 


JAMES ABSTON 


Albany 


CHARLOTTE ADAMS 


Richmond 


PAULA ADAMS 


Manchester 


ANTHONY ADKINS 


Louisville 


LAURIADKINS 


Louisville 


VIVIAN ADKINS 


Raceland 


NELL AGEE 


Richmond 


ROLANDA AKERS 


Martin 


LORI AKINS 


Whitesville 


LISA ALEXANDER 


Crittenden 


LAURA ALLEN 


Richmond 


SHARON ALLEN 


Campbellsville 


MEG ALLISON 


Williamsburg 


PAM AMBURGEY 


Danville 


BRIDGET ANDERSON 


Louisville 


SARAH ANDERSON 


Carmel Valley, CA 


CHERI ARAVE 


Louisville 


CHRIS ARNOLD 


Paintsville 


SARA ARNOLD 


Prospect 


SHERRI ARTERBURN 


Louisville 


CYNTHIA ARVIN 


Irvine 


VICKIE ARVIN 


Ford 


MARY AUGE 


Ft. Mitchell 


MICHAEL AVINON 


Baldwin, NY 


BRENDA BACON 


Somerset 


PATRICIA BAER 


Convoy, OH 


ROBERT BAILEY 


Louisville 


ANN BAKER 


Manchester 


DEBRA BAKER 


Manchester 




460 Freshmen/Aar-Bak 



study Habits Vary Among Students 




DIANE BAKER 


Versailles 


MICHAEL BAKER 


Nicholasville 


WAYNE BAKER 


Lexington 


JIM BALL 


Evarts 


PID BALL 


Georgetown 


ANITA BALLARD 


Bardstown 


PAMELA BALLENGER 


Louisville 


LORI BALOCH 


Johnstown, PA 


PAMELA BANKS 


Anville 


GREG BARNES 


Frankfort 


PAMELA BARENS 


Bardstown 


ROBBIN BARKER 


Frankfort 


CAROL BARNETT 


Berea 


DOTTIE BARNETT 


Richmond 


SHERRI BARNETT 


Mt. Vernon 


CATHY BARTLETT 


Palm Bay, FL 


MONICA BARTLETT 


Louisville 


NANCY BAUMER 


Seminole, FL 


JAMIE BEADLES 


Springfield, OH 


TERESA BEAT 


Crestwood 


PEGGY BEATY 


Albany 


DEBORAH BECK 


Louisville 


RITA BECKMAN 


Dayton, OH 


CHERYL BEHNE 


Kettering, OH 


ALICE BELCHER 


Danville 




One of the biggest changes 
a student must face in the 
transition from high school to 
college is the change in study 
habits. Studying in high school 
is usually done at night, under 
the eyes of watchful parents. 
In college, though, schedules 
are different, so study hours 
must be different; and study- 
ing is done wherever it is most 
comfortable for the student. 
At Eastern each student has his 
own style of studying and 
some of them are quite 
interesting. 



Freshmen/Bak-Bel 461 



ANNETTE BENEDETTI 
DARLENE BENGE 
CYNTHIA BENTLEY 
BARBARA BERRY 
JANE BERRY 



PRISCILLA BERRY 
AMY BICKFORD 
MICHELLE BLACKWELL 
HELEN BLAIR 
JEFFERY BLAND 



TAMMY BLEVINS 
DAVID BLONDELL. 
KEVIN BODKIN 
JANNENE BOEHM 
DONNA BOGAN 



PATBOGGS 
NANCY BONFIELD 
MARY BOONE 
PAUL BORDERS 
SUSAN BOURNE 



JADENEBOW 
JIM BRAMBLETT 
LOR! BRANDON 
DEBI BRANSON 
CLAY BRASHEAR 



CINDY BREITHAUPT 
EDWARD BREWER 
ELIZABETH BREWER 
NORMAN BRINDLEY 
CARL BROCK 



LILLIEBROCKINGTON 
CHRIS BROWN 
DAVID BROWN 
GREG BROWN 
JODIE BROWN 



DIANE BRUNER 
MARY BRYAN 
JENNIFER BRYANT 
STACY BRYANT 
ANN BUCKLER 



Louisville 

London 

Maysville 

Mason, OH 

Stanford 



Campbellsville 

Berea 

Irvine 

Bradstown 

Louisville 



Danville 

Lexington 

Ludlow 

Louisville 

Dayton, OH 



Corbin 

Mt. Sterling 

Somerste 

Louisville 

Wilmore 



Carlisle 

Louisville 

Murray 

Middlesboro 

Louisville 



Ludlow 

Stanton 

Tipp City, OH 

Carrollton 

Middlesboro 



Louisville 

Louisville 

Fountain Run 

Independence 

Gumming, GA 



Brandenburg 

Lexington 

Eubank 

Louisville 

Lexington 




452 Freshmen/Ben-Buc 




CLARESSABUCKNER 


Louisville 


LARRY BUGG 


Danville 


SUEDELL BUNCH 


High Bridge 


PAM BURKE 


Frankfort 


STEVE BURKE 


Lexington 


DONNA BURKS 


Louisville 


LIBBY BURNS 


Manchester 


LISA BURTON 


Florence 


MARGARET BURTON 


Russell Spring 


LORRAINE BUTLER 


Cincinnati, OH 


SHERRY BUTTERFIELD 


Louisville 


MELANEE BUTTERY 


Oxford, OH 


JOSEPH CABLE 


Richmond 


SABRINA CAIN 


Salyersville 


TANYA CALDER 


Corbin 


JO CALDWELL 


Butler 


ELLEN CAMBRON 


Springfield 


LISA CAMPBELL 


Hazard 


PAULA CAMPBELL 


Lexington 


KIM CARLSON 


Bristol, VA 


DANNY CARR 


Foster 


DIANA CARR 


Louisville 


FAITH CASSELL 


Versailles 


DONNA GATHERS 


London 


ROBIN CAUDILL 


Ft. Thomas 


EDWARD CECIL 


Hazelgreen 


LINDA CHANDLER 


Kettering, OH 


CONNIE CHANEY 


Kettering 


MARILYN CHAPMAN 


Ekron 


KAREN CHEEK 


Independence 


KATHY CHERRY 


Frankfort 


KENNETH CHESSER 


Bloomfield 


LINDA CHRISTENSEN 


Ashland 


BETH CHRISTIAN 


London 


CAROL CHRISTIANA 


Louisville 


JULIE CLARK 


Raceland 


DANITA CLAYTON 


Latonia 


CAROL CLEVENGER 


Louisville 


KAREN COLE 


Brandenburg 


LONNIE COLE 


Winchester 



Freshmen/Buc-Col 463 



DONNA COLEMAN 


Stanford 


MARY COLEMAN 


Erianger 


WILLIAM COLEMAN 


Georgetown 


ANGELA COLLINS 


E. Bernstadt 


CINDY COLT 


Frankfort 


ROBERT COLTRAIN 


Louisville 


KIM COMBS 


Centerville, OH 


SHARON COMBS 


Hazard 


TAMMIE COMBS 


Hazard 


MARK COMPSTON 


Coal Grove, OH 


KAREN CONNELLY 


Louisville 


COLLEEN CONNOLLY 


Lexington 


FRANK CONSALO 


Vineland, NJ 


ELIZABETH CONYERS 


Lexington 


REBECCA COOK 


Danville 


TAMICOOK 


Bloomfield 


CINDY COOKE 


Middletown 


CARMEN CORNETT 


Lexington 


TERESA CORNETT 


Middlesboro 


MARY COSBY 


Bellevue 


KIMCOSKER 


Cincinnati, OH 


JOAN COSTELLE 


Louisville 


ANN COUCH 


Hyden 


DEBORAH COUCH 


Hyden 


CONNIE COX 


Taylorsvllle 


DONNA COX 


Mansfield 


KATHY COX 


Shelbyville 


MIKE COX 


Louisville 


PEGGY COX 


Irvine 


RICK COX 


Irvine 


TERESA CRAFT 


Richmond 


HOWARD CREASEY 


Barbourville 


JEFF CREECH 


Cumberland 


HENRIETTA CREWS 


Hardy 


LYNN CROSS 


Glasgow 


VICKIE CROWDER 


Williamstown 


ALICE CROWE 


Louisville 


ANDY CRUMBACKER 


Shepherdsville 


TONY CRUMBIE 


Paris 


TINA CUMMINS 


Be re a 




464 Freshmen/Col-Cum 




GARY CURRY 


Central City 


LILA CURRY 


Columbia 


MERIBETH CURRY 


Covington 


SANDY CURRY 


Virgie 


BARBARA CURTSINGER 


Bloomfield 


DAVID DAILEY 


Louisville 


LISA DAILEY 


Ludlow 


BETH D'AMICO 


Cincinnati, OH 


CHERYL DABNEY 


Versailles 


CHERYL DAPPER 


Ft. Thomas 


CINDY DAVIS 


Irwington 


DIANE DAVIS 


Galloway, OH 


MELANIE DAVIS 


Lexington 


SHARON DAVIS 


Louisville 


MICHAEL DAWKINS 


Independence 


STACY DAWSON 


Philpot 


LISA DeBRA 


Gray 


ELIZABETH DEEL 


Forest Hills 


REGINA DENNIS 


Louisville 


LESLIE DERRER 


York, PA 


SUSAN DEVEREUX 


Lexington 


MARSHA DEVINE 


Mackville 


ESTELL DEVORE 


Campbellsburg 


MICHAEL DICK 


Pineville 


LISA DIEHL 


Portsmouth, OH 


DEBBIE DILON 


Liberty 


HANH DO 


Bardstown 


GREGORY DODGE 


Louisville 


KIM DODSON 


Kettering, OH 


KATHY DOLBOW 


Louisville 


MARYANNDOLL 


Frankfort 


PAUL DONALSON 


Pineville 


ROBIN DOSSETT 


Frankfort 


LINDA DOUGLAS 


Danville 


MALEENA DOUGLAS 


Kings Mountain 


KIMDOZIER 


Versailles 


BECKI DRIESMAN 


Crestwood 


TRACY DRISKILL 


Petersburg, VA 


DERRICK DUNN 


Lexington 


BRENT DURHAM 


Lexington 



Freshmen/Cur-Dur 465, 



I.D/s; The Final Step of Registration 



JUDITH DUSING 

SUSAN DUVALL 
JANE DYE 
TAMMY DYE 
RICHARD EARLEY 



RACHEL EASON 
LENUEL EASTRIDGE 
TIMOTHY EATON 
LISA EBERT 
KATHY EDEN 



ALLISON EDLER 
GREG EDWARDS 
KATHY EDWARDS' 
CHERYL EMMERT 
SHARON ENZWEILER 



TINA ESTEP 
DIANNIA EVANS 
VIRGINIA EVERSOLE 
MONNA PANT 
DAVID FARMER 



SHARON FARTHING 
PAMELA FAULKNER 
MARGARET FAY 
EILEEN FEAGAN 
VIVIAN FELDKAMP 



NANCY FELGAR 
REBECCA FELTNER 
GERA FERGUSON 
LISA FERRELL 
LORI FiCKER 



ANTHONY FIELDS 
TERESA FIELDS 
RITA FIGLESTAHLER 
LORI FINNELL 
RUTH FIRST 



NANCY FISCHER 
MICHELLE FISHER 
TOM FLANNIGAN 
KIMBERLY FLETCHER 
KARIN FLINN 



Erianger 

Louisville 

Stanford 

Pikeviile 

Wilmington, OH 



Louisville 
Casey Creek 

Louisville 

Southgate 

Manchester 



Fairborn, OH 

Parksville 

Shelbyville 

Louisville 

Ft. Mitchell 



Inez 

Index 

Richmond 

Louisville 

Louisville 



Mt. Vernon 

Louisville 

Campbellsville 

DeMossville 

Louisville 



Ft. Lewis, WA 

E. Bernstadt 

Tollesboro 

Elizabethtown 

Highland Hts. 



Louisville 

Cynthiana 

Sciotoville, OH 

Kenton 

Shelbyville 



Henderson 

Danville 

Vanceburg 

Louisville 

Miamisburg, OH 







466 Freshmen/Dus-Fli 




FLORENCE FLOURNOY 


Louisville 


GREG FOLEY 


Greensburg 


LIBBIE FORD 


Louisville 


GARY FOSTER Washir 


gton Court F^ouse, OH 


TERESA FRALIX 


Cynthiana 


SUSAN FRANCIS 


Ft. Thomas 


SUSAN FRANCOW 


Louisville 


PATTY FRANKEL 


Lexington 


KELLY FRAYSURE 


Augusta 


BRUCE FREEMAN 


Richmond 


SARAH FRETTY 


Richmond 


KAREN FRETZ 


Farmington Hills, Ml 


VICKI FREY 


Florence 


JACKIE FROST 


Louisville 


LEE FROST 


Scottsville 


CARLA FULTON 


Louisville 


DONNA FULTZ 


Middles boro 


ROCKY GAGNE 


New Haven 


JUDY GAUSLING 


Middletown, OH 


BECKY GENTRY 


Berea 


LESLIE GENTRY 


Louisville 


CARLA GIBSON 


Leitchfield 


DANA GIBSON 


Monticello 


CINDY GILBERT 


Louisville 


VICKY GILBERT 


Middlesboro 



LEFT: These doleful students stand in the last 
line of registration: picking up their I.D. cards. 
After receiving them they will go back to their 
rooms to recover and prepare themselves to 
go through it all again next semester. 



Freshmen/Flo-Cil 467 



LEANN GILBERT 
REBECCA GILL 
CAROL GILPIN 
STEVE GINN 
STACY GIVAN 



KAREN GOBLE 
TERRY COINS 
CHARLIE GOLD 
CHERYL GOLDSMITH 
KAREN COODAN 



KATHYGOODE 
LINDA GOSSMAN 
JEFF GOULD 
JOHN GOWINS 
JEFF GRAHAM 



WESLEY GRAVES 
ANGIE GRAY 
BARRY GRAY 
DEBBIE GRAY 
ELLEN GREENE 



THELMA GREENE 
CHERYL GREGORY 
JAMES GRIFFIN 
DAN GRIFFITH 
LINDA GRIFFITH 



BAE GRIFFITHS 
SHARI GUELDA 
DIANE GUTHIER 
DERRICK GUY 
SHELLEY HAAG 



WILLIAM HADDEN 
JULIE HAHN 
SEMON HAINES 
DONNA HALE 
TERRI HALE 



BARBARA HALL 
SANDRA HALL 
STEPHANIE HALL 
SUSAN HALL 
COLLEEN HALLORAN 



Bardstown 
Harrogate, TN 
Campbellsville 

Richmond 
Louisville 



Louisville 

Manchester 

Pleasant Plain, OH 

Elizabethtown 

Olive Hill 



Versailles 

London 

Irvine 

Berea 

Portsmouth, OH 



Richmond 

Ashland 

Cave City 

Franklin, OH 

Louisville 



Maysville 

Goshen, OH 

Frankfort 

Sharon, PA 

Berea 



Greensboro 

Louisville 

Bellevue 

Lexington 

LaGrange 



Mt. Sterling 

Frankfort 

Louisville 

Jackson 

Louisville 



Campbellsville 

Westchester, OH 

Jeff 

Ft. Mitchell 

Ft. Mitchell 




468 Freshmen/Gil-Hal 




j^iK^ 



ANGELA HAMILTON 
EDDIE HAMILTON 
MELODY HAMILTON 
NANCY HAMILTON 
ANITA HAPPEL 



CRAIG HARMON 
HELEN HARNEY 
SAMMY HART 
GINNY HARVILLE 
SHANE HATTON 



KIMHAUN 
BRENDA HAWKINS 
KIM HAWKINS 
YASUHIRO HAYASHI 



.ii^ MARK HAYDEN 



ROGER HAYNES 
KEITH HEADEN 
MARY HEAP 
MARY HEIL 
RAY HEILMAN 



LAURA HELLARD 
M. SUSAN HELLMANN 
LISA HEMBREE 
MARY HENDERSON 
LYNNE HENDREN 



MICHELLE HENRICKSON 
TAMMY HETRICK 
STANLEY HEWETT 
KARAN HEWITT 
JANICE HIGDON 



SANDY HIGGINS 
ANNETTE HILL 
BETTY HILL 
RICHARD HINTON 
BETH HIPPE 



DANIEL HOCKERSMITH 
LAURA HODGIN 
REBBIE HOFFMAN 
BOBBIE HOGAN 
DALE HOLBROOK 



Springfield 

Hamilton, OH 

Richmond 

Louisville 

Silver Spring, MD 



W. Carrollton, OH 

Cynthiana 

Hindman 

Richmond 

Mt. Sterling 



Franklin, OH 

Lawrenceburg 

Lexington 

Asahikawa, 

Hokkaido, Japan 

Lawrenceburg 

Crestwood 

Georgetown 

Rochester, NY 

Louisville 

Campbellsburg 



Versailles 

Ft. Mitchell 

Frankfort 

Georgetown 

Richmond 



Pewee Valley 

Winchester 

Augusta, ME 

Wilmington, OH 

Louisville 



Louisville 

Pittsburg, PA 

Harrodsburg 

Russell 

Versailles 



Bowling Green 
London 

Ashland 

Ashland 

Richmond 



Freshmen/Ham-Hol 459 



DEBBIE HOLLAN 


Ashland 


WANDA HOOD 


Louisville 


ZELLA HOOVER 


Mt. Olive 


COLLEEN HOPPE 


Louisville 


SHARON HORN 


Corbin 


LAWRENCE HORNEK 


Louisville 


JILL HORNEYS 


Shippensburg, PA 


DONNA HORTON 


Louisville 


JANIE HOSKINS 


Bledsoe 


MARY HOSKINS 


Pineville 


OTIS HOSKINS 


Georgetown 


STEPHEN HOTCHKISS 


Russell 


TAMMY HOUSTON 


E. Bernstadt 


LEIGH HOWARD 


Frankfort 


THOMAS HOWARD 


Frankfort 


CINDY HUFFORD 


Louisville 


PATRICIA HUGHES 


Irvine 


LISA HULETT 


Lancaster 


KIM HUMPHREY 


Cincinnati, OH 


MARGARET HURST 


Bardstown 


SUSAN HURTT 


Ludlow 


MONICA ISAACS 


Bradenton, FL 


BOB JACKSON 


Walton 


PRICE JACOBS 


Glenview 


LARRY JARBOE 


Cecelia 


LIBA JEFFRIES 


Richmond 


LAURA JENNINGS 


Richmond 


JENNIFER JOHNS 


Louisville 


DAVID JOHNSON 


Louisville 


KAREN JOHNSON 


Stanton 


KAYJOHNSON 


Berea 


KELLY JOHNSON 


Villa Hills 


NANCY JOHNSON 


Richmond 


POLLY JOHNSON 


Booneville 


SHIRLEY JOHNSON 


Louisville 


TIM JOHNSON 


Fairfield, OH 


BOYDENNIA JONES 


Richmond 


DONNA JONES 


Frankfort 


HOLLY JONES 


Louisville 


PAMELA JONES 


Bloomfield 




470 Freshmen/Hol-)on 




SHELIA JONES 


Williamsburg, OH 


SHERI JONES 


Paris 


ANN JUCKETT 


Louisville 


DAVID KAIN 


Midway 


JOEL KARNS 


Vandalia, OH 


KIMBERLYKARR 


Louisville 


MICHELLE KEEVER 


Convoy, OH 


SHERRI KELSEY 


Carrollton 


MICHAEL KENNEDY 


Corbin 


VICKI KENWORTHY 


Bradford, OH 


KEITH KERN 


Williamsport, OH 


LISA KERN 


Brooksville 


ALLEN KIDD 


Lexington 


TOBY KILBURN 


Hazard 


MARIE KING 


Baltimore, MD 


STEPHEN KING 


Paris 


VICKI KIPER 


Louisville 


MOLLY KIRKWOOD 


Dayton, OH 


LISA KITTILA 


Louisville 


KATHY KLEIN 


Prospect 


KEVIN KNASEL 


Edgewood 


TAMMY KNEZEVICH 


Louisville 


SCOTT KOARD 


Happy 


SHELIA KOGER 


Albany 


PATRICIA KOZEE 


Mt. Clemens, Ml 


FREDLAINHART 


McKee 


DEBBIE LANCASTER 


Brandenburg 


ROBERT LANCASTER 


Versailles 


GREGORY LAND 


Richmond 


DEBBIE LANE 


Cincinnati, OH 


ENDALANE 


Crab Orchard 


GREG LANG 


Newport 


BETSY LAYMAN 


Louisville 


KIRK LEE 


Central Citv 


MITZI LEE 


Magnolia 


PAMLEE 


Jeffersontown 


NANCY LEEDY 


Stanford 


DOUG LEELER 


Stamping Ground 


DANA LEGNER 


Tipp Citv, OH 


KIM LEISGE 


Cumberland 



Freshmen/Jon-Lei 471 



LEFT: A sunny afternoon and a quiet spot 
allows the needed concentration for a game 
of backgammon. 



MICHELELENCH 


Sewickley, PA 


JANICE LEWIS 


Lancaster, OH 


JOAN LEWIS 


Tipp City, OH 


TONYA LEWIS 


Dayton, OH 


TERESA LILE 


Louisville 


LISALOGSDON 


Raddiff 


MARSHA LONDON 


Louisville 


KAREN LONG 


Springfield 


SHERYL LONGWORTH 


Franklin, OH 


ROBIN LOVELY 


Franklin, OH 


MARY LUERSEN 


Louisville 


JEFF LUNSFORD 


Lynch 


DEBRA LUTES 


Frankfort 


RANDY LYKES 


Troy, OH 


MARY MAGUIRE 


Frankfort 


DARLENE MAHLER 


Mt. Sterling 


JENNIFER MALONEY 


Louisville 


RANEL MALONEY 


Lexington 


JOEL MANN 


Ft. Mitchell 


ANN MANNIX 


Dayton, OH 


BRENDAMARCUM 


Corbin 


SHAWN MARKSBERRY 


Louisville 


BELINDA MARSHALL 


W. Liberty 


NANCY MARSHALL 


Frankfort 


BARBARA MARTIN 


Louisville 


DARRELL MARTIN 


Emminence 


TANYA LEIGH MARTIN 


Printer 


TINA MARTIN 


Stanton 


FRANKLIN MASDEN 


Philpot 


MARK MASH 


Xenia, OH 




472 Fresfimen/Len-Mas 



students Enjoy Leisure Time 




/-.^ II' 



NATALIE MASON 


Louisville 


FELICIA MASSEY 


Dayton, OH 


BETTYE MATTINGLY 


Danville 


SUE MATTINGLY 


Glasgow 


KEN MAUDLIN 


Alexandria 


MARLON MAXEY 


Bedford 


NORMANDIE MAY 


Lancaster, OH 


MARY MAYHUGH 


Independence 


DELORA MAYNARD 


Belfrey 


SUSAN McCLELLAN 


Louisville 


KAREN McCOWAN 


Richmond 


JOANNIE McCOY 


Louisville 


DENNIS McCRACKEN 


Florence 


VICKIE McELFRESH 


Foster 


DANIEL McGARY 


Maidsonville 


MIRANDA McGEE 


Lexington 


KATHLEEN McGINNIS 


Edgewood 


M. ERIN McGRATH 


Springfield, OH 


JAMES McGUFFEY 


Campbellsville 


GARY MclNTOSH 


Irvine 


BARBARA McKEEHAN 


Frankfort 


MARY McKINNEY 


Paris 


JOHANNA McQUILKIN 


Dayton, OH 


JUDY MEIMAN 


Louisville 


KATE MERCHANT 


Bagdad 


KAREN MESSNER 


Lancaster, OH 


JANET METCALF 


Syracuse, NY 


BETTY MILLER 


Irvine 


BRONSON MILLER 


Florence 


EMILY MILLER 


Irvine 


LINDAMILLER 


Cincinnati, OH 


ROSELLA MILLER 


Covington 


SHARON MILLER 


Evarts 


JENNIFER MILLS 


Frankfort 


CAROLYN MONTGOMERY 


Danville 


TAMMY MONTGOMERY 


Frankfort 


KIMBERLY MOODY 


Richmond 


GINA MOORE 


Leitchfield 


JAMES MOORE 


Irvine 


KERRY MOORE 


Burlington 



Freshmen/Mas-Moo 473 



KIM MOORE 
MIKE MOORE 
SARAH MULLANEY 
ANNA MULLINS 
CAROL MULLINS 



DAVE MULLINS 
LISA MULLINS 
PAULA MULLINS 
JACKIE MURPHY 
MARY MURPHY 



TODD MYERS 
ROBIN NALLEY 
JEANNIE NAPIER 
SHARON NAPIER 
LISA NEFF 



PATRICIA NEWPORT 
JON NICHOLAS 
LAURA NIELSEN 
JACK NIHART 
KELLY NILES 



EDDIE NOEL 
JO NORFLEET 
ANDREA NORRIS 
KATHLEEN O'BRIEN 
KATHY O'GARA 



MARKOKRUHLICA 
BARBARA OLIVER 
PHILL OLIVER 
KIMI OPPENHEIMER 
MITZIE O'ROURKE 



TEDOSBORN 

THOMAS OVERMEER 
STEPHEN OWENS 
JANICE PAGE 
ELIZABETH PALMER 



KEITH PALMER 
BARBARA PARKER 
TAMME PARKER 
ROBIN PATER 
LESA PATTON 



Falmouth 
Corbin 

Louisville 
Canada 
Brooks 



Independence 

Kettering, OH 

Lexington 

Finchville 

Louisville 



Nicholasville 

Louisville 

Baxter 

Richmond 

Louisville 



Louisville 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Bryan, OH 

Hopkinsville 



Harrodsburg 

Cynthiana 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Louisville 



Louisville 

Booneville 

Smithfield 

Ft. Mitchell 

Louisville 



Berea 

Louisville 

Manchester 

Sylvania, OH 

Lancaster, OH 



Kettering, OH 
Berea 

Louisville 

Fairfield, OH 

Hallsville 




I \ 



474 Freshmen/Moo-Pat 




PEGGY PAULY 


Ft. Mitchell 


DOUG PAVLOVIC 


Xenia, OH 


SUZANNE PAYNE 


Lexington 


DEBBIE PEEK 


Stanford 


JAMES PENNINGTON 


Bradfordsville 


JAY PERKINS 


Louisville 


JEFF PERKINS 


Hazel Green 


MARY PHELPS 


Glasgow 


ROSS PHILLIPS 


Louisville 


RUTH PHILLIPS 


Lawrenceburg 


STEVEN PHILLIPS 


New Carlisle, OH 


MITCHELLE PHILPOT 


Irvine 


MARY PIERSON 


Woodberry, Nj 


STEVE PIGG 


Lexington 


CHERRICE PIPES 


Louisville 


KIMPLAYFORTH 


Shepherdsville 


LAURE PLEASANTS 


Ft. Mitchell 


PATRICIA PLOTTS 


Easton, PA 


ALICE POHLMAN 


Lawrenceburg 


LINDA POLSTON 


Louisville 


ODESSA POPE 


Lexington 


JACQUIE POWELL 


Louisville 


ANDREA POWER 


Berea 


JOHN PRAMUK 


Lexington 


CHARLIE PRATT 


Louisville 


MARK PRESTON 


Oak Ridge, TN 


LEANNE PULLINS 


Berea 


LAURA QUINN 


Louisville 


KAREN QUITTER 


Cold Spring 


SALLY RAILEY 


Springfield 


CYNTHIA RANDOLPH 


Cincinnati, OH 


TAMMY RANEY 


Yosemite 


LOU RATHUNDE 


Addison, IL 


ELIZABETH RAY 


Danville 


DAVID REEVES 


Danville 


MARYREID 


Jeffersontown 


LAURIE REINSTEDLER 


Louisville 


MARY REISTER 


Louisville 


JAMES REMOLE 


Owensboro 


DOUG REYNOLDS 


Mt. Sterling 



Freshmen/Pau-Rev 475 



TERESA RHODUS 


Richmond 


PATRICE RICHWALSKY 


Louisville 


MIKE RICKE 


New Albany, IN 


KELLY RIGG 


Brooksville 


JAMES RILEY 


Buckhorn 


LYDIARITTER 


Tompkinsville 


DEBBIE ROADEN 


Mt. Vernon 


CYNTHIA ROBERTS 


Hopkinsville 


DONNA ROBERTS 


Lexington 


SUSAN ROBERTS 


Prestonsburg 


BECKY ROBINSON 


Irvington 


HERBERT ROBINSON 


Manchester 


RITA ROBINSON 


Sierra Vista, AZ 


RONZA ROBINSON 


Lexington 


TAMMY ROBINSON 


Harlan 


TAMMY RODGERS 


Liberty 


JIM ROLF 


Ft. Thomas 


HAROLD ROOT 


Louisville 


DEBBIE ROSE 


Cincinnati, OH 


THERESA ROSE 


Richmond 


LORIROSS 


Louisville 


RICHARD ROSS 


Louisville 


ANGELA ROSSETTI 


Shelbyville 


LISA ROTHEL 


Lexington 


DALE ROTHWELL 


Sabina, OH 


BETH ROWLAND 


Sylvania, OH 


DINAH ROWLAND 


Kings Mountin 


GARRY RUDOLPH 


Louisville 


LARRY RUDOLPH 


Louisville 


JENNIE RUEHRWEIN 


Cincinnati, OH 


SUSAN RUPE 


Bristol, VA 


DARLENE RUSSELL 


Paris 


LINDA RUSSELL 


Prospect 


MIRIAM RUTLEDGE 


Lexington 


SALAMAN SALIBA 


Jerusalem 


ANGELA SAMUELS 


Elsmere 


TERESA SAVAGE 


Winchester 


JACKIE SAWYERS 


Albany 


JEROME SCHLAFER 


Louisville 


DAVID SCHLATTER 


Louisville 




475 Freshmen/Rho-Sch 




VICKISCHULTE 
MARTHA SCHWENDAU 
LINDA SCHWENKE 
SUSAN SCOTT 
TAMMY SCOTT 



TRISHA SCOTT 
YVONNE SCOTT 
MIKE SELBY 
JULIE SEMONES 
DEBORA SHAFFER 



LINDA SHARP 
GREGORY SHAVE 
SUE SHAW 
FRED SHEARER 
AMY SHEFFIELD 



JOHNSHELBURNE 
MARKITA SHELBURNE 
BETTY SHOEMAKER 
IAN SHOEMAKER 
DOROTHY SHORT 



MARIASIEMER 
LAURA SIGMON 
DIANA SISSEL 
CASSIE SIZEMORE 
OMA SIZEMORE 



TOSKASKAGGS 
RICKY SKELTON 
LECIE SMILEY 
CARLA SMITH 
DAVID SMITH 



DEBI SMITH 
DEBORAH SMITH 
ELIZABETH SMITH 
GREG SMITH 
MARCEL SMITH 



SHAWN SMITH 
SHERRY SMITH 
STEVIE SMITH 
TAMMY SMITH 
WINFIELD SMITH 



Reading, OH 

Louisville 

Union 

Westchester, OH 

Cincinnati, OH 



Bardstown 

Finchville 

Russell Springs 

Frankfort 

W. Portsmouth, OH 



Worthville 

Lexington 

Milford, OH 

Louisville 

Nicholas 



Louisville 

Shelbyville 

Louisville 

Frankfort 

Richmond 



Edgewood 

Hazard 

Falmouth 

Bear Branch 

Hyden 



Charlestown, IN 

Frankfort 

Brandenburg 

Louisville 

Crow/n Pt., IN 



Harlan 

Richmond 

Cermantown, OH 

Lewisburg, OH 

Manchester 



Mason, OH 

Waynesburg 

Richmond 

Richmond 

Danville 



Freshmen/Sch-Smi 477 



Weekends Bring A Deserted Campus 



LISASMOOT 


Ashland 


ELIZABETH SNYDER 


Richmond 


BRYAN SOWARDS 


Frankfort 


DARBY SPARKS 


Frederick, MD 


KEVIN SPARKS 


Berea 


VICKIE SPEARMAN 


Louisville 


GLENDA SPEARS 


Louisville 


KAREN SPEGAL 


Dry Ridge 


PAUL SPiCER 


Irvine 


NICK SPINE 


Louisville 


ROSESPURLOCK 


Bellview 


ALICE SQUIRES 


Custer 


VICKIE STACY 


Hardshell 


NELWOOD STAMPER 


Booneville 


SUSAN STANLEY 


Stone 


LORASTAPLETON 


Middlesboro 


SANDRA STARKS 


Elizabethtown 


DONNA STEELE 


Salvisa 


REBECCA STEELE 


Hazard 


KATHY STEELY 


Anchorage 


DONNA STEIN 


Louisville 


JOHN STENGEL 


Louisville 


DWAYNE STEPHENS 


Lexington 


SANDY STEWART 


Valley Station 


MARY STOCKTON 


Lawrenceburg 


NANCY STOECKLE 


Park Hills 


HAROLD STONE 


Springfield 


JOHN STONE 


Campton 


KATHRYN STONE 


Irvine 


LESLIE STONE 


Kingsport, TN 


LYNN STONE 


Kettering, OH 


SUSAN STRANGE 


Lexington 


TAMARA STRATTON 


Lawrenceburg 


ROBIN STROUD 


Louisville 


GREG STUBBLEFIELD 


Lewisburg, OH 


PATRICIA STURDIVANT 


Maysville 


SARA SUMMERS 


Springsfield, OH 


CHERYL SWAFFORD 


Louisville 


YOLANDA SWINFORD 


Frankfort 


JOAN TALBERT 


Stamping Ground 




478 Freshmen/Smo-Tal 




KAREN TALBOTT 


Kettering, OH 


KAREN TATTER 


Louisville 


ADRIENNE TAYLOR 


Williamson, W VA 


BELINDA TAYLOR 


Parksville 


DANA TAYLOR 


Glasgow 


GREGORY TAYLOR 


Finley 


JOLENE TAYLOR 


Ashland 


ROBYN TAYLOR 


Berea 


RODNEY TAYLOR 


Carrollton 


SHANNON TAYLOR 


Middlesboro 


TIMOTHY TAYLOR 


Fairfield, OH 


BARRY TEATER 


Nicholasville 


RANDY THACKER 


Toler 


NITA THOENY 


Cold Spring 


PATRICIA THOMPSON 


Sherardsville 


DAVID THORPE 


Irvine 


DEBBEE TICKOR 


Mansfield, OH 


KIM TILLETT 


Frankfort 


BETTY TINKER 


Radcliff 


CAROLYN TIPTON 


Ravenna 


MATTHEW TOLLIVER 


Eubank 


DEBRA TRENT 


Stanton 


BRENDA TREON 


Berea 


PAM TROWBRIDGE 


Louisville 


CLAYBURN TROWELL 


Louisville 



LEFT: Anticipating the arrival of a ride home, Samanatha lones 
foresees an exciting weekend. 



Freshmen Tai-Tro 479 



CHARLESTUCKER 


Venice, FL 


DON TUCKER 


Frankfort 


EDWARD TURNER 


Beilbrook, OH 


SANDRA TURNER 


Manchester 


TONI TURNER 


Hyden 


WANDA TURNER 


Booneville 


SCARLETT UPCHURCH 


Stearns 


SHARMAINE UPCHURCH 


Stearns 


VICKI VAIL 


Fairfield, OH 


DEBBIE VanARSDEL 


Croppersvilie, IN 


LUTRICIAVANBUSKIRK 


Load 


KAREN VERST 


Cold Springs 


LESLIE WADE 


Lebanon 


PAULA WADE 


Frankfort 


KIM WAGNER 


Pikeville 


CHERYL WALKER 


Owensboro 


BERNADINE WARD 


Carrollton 


DEBI WARLORD 


Winchester 


CHERYL WARNKE 


Burlington 


H, LEE WARREN 


Prospect 


NATALIE WARREN 


Hodgenville 


JANE WATHEN 


Bardstown 


TRACY WEATHERHEAD 


Shepherdsville 


SHELLY WEAVER 


Cincinnati, OH 


SHERRILL WEBB 


Ironton, OH 


BRENDAWEIST 


Louisville 


JOHN WELCH 


Mayking 


DEBRA WELLS 


Bardstown 


JEAN WEST 


Louisville 


KIM WEST 


Mt. Sterling 


CHARLES WESTRICK 


Milton 


ALAN WHEELER 


Dryden, VA 


DALE WHEELER 


Bedford 


AQUILLA WHITE 


Middlesboro 


MELANjE WHITE 


Ft. Thomas 


ROSALIA WHITE 


Louisville 


GLENDA WHITLEDGE 


Frankfort 


KIM WHITLEY 


Covington 


MARC WHITT 


Paintsville 


LYNN WHITTAKER 


Richmond 




H^Mf 



480 FreshmenAuc-Whi 




BETH WILCOX 


Raceland 


DEB WILLGING 


Cincinnati, OH 


DAVE WILLIAMS 


Barbourville 


ELIZABETH WILLIAMS 


Dawson Springs 


SARAH WILLIAMS 


Mt. Carmel, IL 


STACIA WILLIAMS 


Dayton, OH 


BARBARA WILLIAMSON 


Williamson, W VA 


PAULA WILLS 


Winchester 


GWEN WILSON 


Lebanon, OH 


LINDA WILSON 


London 


MICHAEL WILSON 


Irvine 


PATTI WILSON 


Barbourville 


JUDY WILT 


Wilmington, OH 


ANGELA WINBURN 


Louisville 


JULIE WINSLOW 


Loveland, OH 


DARRYL WISEMAN 


Irvine 


ILONA WIX 


Columbia Station, OH 


SARAH WOOD 


Frankfort 


ANGELIA WOODS 


Lexington 


CHARLES WOODS 


Lawrenceburg 


LISAWRAY 


Darlington, IN 


BECKY WYATT 


Louisville 


CATHY WYATT 


Paris 


ERIN WYLIE 


Corbin 


MARY YATES 


Bardstown 


SCOTT YATES 


Louisville 


LITA YEAKEY 


Lancaster 


TIMOTHY YEHLE 


Alexandria, VA 


MARK YOUNG 


W. Union, OH 


ALICE ZELLER 


Louisville 


DAVIDZIRKELBACH 


Erlanger 


ANDREA ZUBECK 


Dayton, OH 



Freshmen 'A i!-Zub 481 



JIlBfiX 



More than a list, less than an 
oracal, but a useful tool to those 
who seek. 



Kim Wharton 
Index Editor 



—A— 



Aaron, Maje! C. 460 

Ab, Al 410 

Abbon, Denise C. 

Abboil, Martha A 

Abbott. Raymond 

Abel, Lawrence, D 

Abell, Dennis L 

Abell, Evelyn M 238, 212, 213, 

341 
Abell, Hugh B. 410 
Abernathy, Linda S. 
Abig. Susan M. 
Abies. Kathy D. 272. 274, 341 
Abies. Paula D 251. 436 
Abner, Alan 0. 
Abner. Lester 8, )f 341 
Abner. Millie E. 
Abner, Paul C. 
Abney. Billy R. 
Abney, David W, 410 
Abney. Glynda P. 



Abn. 



Abney. Joseph D. 
Abney. Kenneth C, 
Abney, Kenwood L. 
Abnev. Larry E. 
Abney. Lillian |- 
Abney. Mitchell 
Abney. Terrie I. 410 
Abraham, Palrida W. 
Abraham, Rodney 
Abrams. Michael C 81 
Abshear, Mark W 
Abshe. 



Absh 



. Shaf{ 



Absion. lames C 468 
Abushaala, Nuri K 
Acciardo, Domme L, 
Atctardo. Gilbert A. 
Achu, Emmanuel 1 
Achu. Felicia S. 
Acker, Kathleen 8, 
Acker, Ruth L. 
Afles. lamie A. 
Acion. Nevelyn N, 
Acuff. lama G. 
Adair. Kenneth A, 
Adaif. Richard T 
Adams. Anila K, 
Adams. Betsy AH. 
Adams. Betly L H, 
Adams. Carolyn L.C. 



Adams. Da 
Adams. David C. 
Adams. David W 
Adams, Deborah B- 
Adams, Dennis M. 
Adams. Denver 



Adam 



Adams. Gregory S 



Adams. )ohn I. 
Adams, lohnny W 
Adams. Kenneth D 436 



Adam 


, Mary L 


Adam 


, Monieca K 272, 436 


Adam 


, Nancy C 410 


Adam 


. Norman W 


Adam 


, Pamela S 


Adam 


, Paula A 460 


Adam 


, Ph.llip D 


Adam 


. Phyllis ) W 


Adam 


, ReRina K 398 


Adam 


, Silly B. 


Adam 


. Samuel 


Adam 


. Samuel M, If 


Adam 


, Scotty D- 


Adam 


Shcrwood S 268, 304, 34 


Adam 


Tamara I 332 


Adam 


. Tena D 396 


Adam 


Thelma 1, 


Adam 


Wayne M 


Adam 


William C. 436 


Addis 


Deanna L. 214. 215 


Adfg* 


e. Docalhy 1 341 


adinRi 


Dn, Pamela K 436 


Adkin 


Amelia R 


Adkin 


, Anthony W 460 


Adkm 


Barry C 341 


Adkin 


. Carolyn C. 


Adkin 


Constance E, 


Adkin 


Edwin P 


Adkin 


floretia 1- 


Adkin 


Cordon P 


Adkin 


lames E 


Adkin 


Ian I. 


Adkin 


, Karl D, 272,315 


Adkin 


Kenneth W 325, 341 


Adkin 


Kimberlv 1 275, 410, 436 


Adkin 


Kimberly I 460 


Adkin 


Pauline B 


Adkin 


Ron S 


Adkin 


Thomas D 272 


Adkin 


Timothy R 257, 294, 306, 


Adkin 


Vivian M 460 


Adkin 


Wanda P, 


Adkiss. 


an, Virginia 398 


Adier, 


Thomas E 


Aelkin 


, Ruthie 272 



Index and Directory 



AGRICULTURE CLU8 278 
Ahlcr, lane I 341 
Ahler, Renita 341 
Ahlers, Kathryn M, 

Aichholz, Pamela A. 436 

Aincs, David M, 

Aines. Willard 

Akers, Ina V. 

Akers, Margarel K. 284 

Akers. Novania 410 

Akers. Rolanda W, 460 

Akins! Gary W 341 
Akins, Lori E, 460 
Akrns. Wayne T, 
Alageel. Khaled S 
Alaleek. Abdulaziz M. 
Albalawy, Abdullah S- 436 
Albaugh, Rebecca S 
Albers. Ronald K. 341 
Albin, Michael I. 436 
Alcorn, Lloyd 
Alcorn, Melvin 
Alcorn, Susan T 

Aldenrderlcr, Phyllis 
Aldenderter, Shirley 
Alder, John P 

Aldridge, Dawn M 217, 274 
Aldndge, lulia P 
Aldridge, Milton 
Aldridge, Patricia M, 
Aldridge, Phyllis |. 
Aldridge, Rita F 
Aldridge, Willie D, 
Alessandro, Anthony R. 
Alexander, Alice M, 
Alexander, Ashby L 
Alexander, Belly I 
Alexander, Dexter L- 
Alexander, Doug M 



Ale' 



ndcr. 



Alei 

Alexander, 
Alexander, Stephei 
AKord, Barbara C 
Alford' David A 
Allord, Paul R, 
Alford, Rose 
Alford, Wendy A. 



Uhaz 



Norah A 
:zany, Abdullah A, 
ihail, Fahd S. 

leh, Ahmad 

, Christy M, 



Allei 



! W 



Allen, Kimberlv L 
Allen, Laura O 460 
Allen, Marilyn D 
Allen, Melvm D, |r 
Allen, Michael C 
Allen, Mike L, 
Allen, Nancy K 



Allen, Randall L 280, 436 
Allen, Richard C 
Allen, Ricky D 
Allen, Roxana A 436 
Allen, Sharon E 460 



436 



Allen, Wayne S 410 
Allender, Carol L 251, 436 
Allender, Dinah M 
Alley, Anita L 
Alley, Carol L 
Alley, Thomas G 
Allgood, Anna C 410 
Allison, lanel C 436 



Almon, Anthony D 

Aloisi, Thomas A 
ALPHA DELTA PI 298, 299 
ALPHA EPSILON RHO 250 
ALPHA GAMMA DELTA 296, 297 
ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA 302, 303 
ALPHA KAPPA DELTA 253 
Alremaih, Abdullah I 436 
Alsaif, Saleh A 

egh, Abdulrahman 



lan, Ed 



Amacher, David L. 
Amato. William I 320 
Amaya. Cecilia 341 
Ambrose, Neena D, 205 
Amburgey, Gayla D 436 



A 


mbu 


rgey, Grego 


y D, 


A 


mbu 


rgey. Kenny 


D 


A 


mbu 


rgey, Pame! 


D. 460 


A 


mbu 


rgey, Timothy W, 




reey, Vicki I 


410 


A 


mburgy, |ody L. 


410 


Ambu 


rgy, Karen 




A 


mbu 


rgy, Pamela 


S. 


A 


mbu 


rgy. Tony C 


410 




mbu 


rn, David W 


341 


A 


mm 


ari, Moham 


mad H. 


A 


mm 


ari, Moham 


Tiad N. 


A 


mon 


lohn R. 




A 


TIOS 


Iris M. 271 




A 


Tiste 


f, Elizabeth E. 341 


Ande 


s, Pamela C, 




A 


nde 


son. Angela 


F 252, 274, 341 


A 


^de 


son, Artis 




A 


ide 


son. Bridget 


D 460 


A 


ide 


son. Caiheri 


le E 


A 


de 


son, David F 




A 


ide 


son. Edwinn 


D 


A 


de 


son, Elizabeth A. 283 


A 


de 


son, Frances 


C 


A 


de 


son, lanice E 


436 


A 


de 


son, layne H 


410 


Ande 


son, lennife 


L 410 


A 


de 


son, Jessie 




A 


derson, |oe D, 




A 


derson, lohn W 




A 


de 


son, Karen L 


313 


A 


de 


son, Larry D 




A 


der 


son, Linda S 




A 


der 


son, Linda S 




A 


der 


on, Margaret W. 




der 


on, Melvin 


11 


A 


der 


on, M.chae 


L 




der 


on. Michael W 336 


A 


der 


on, Nancy L 




A 


der 


on, Patncia 




A 


der 


on, Peter |, 


410 


A 


der 


on, Richard L 


A 


der 


on. Robert C 315, 341 


Ar 


der 


on, Robert 


D 341 


Ar 


der 


on, Sarah M 


460 


Ar 


der 


on. Susan B 




Ar 


der 


on, Teresa ] 




Ar 


der 


on, Terry R 





Andes, David R 273, 410 



Antrobus, Melissa ) 
Appelman, Thomas I Jr 
Appleby, Barney D 
Appleby, Ramona C 
Applegale, Francine E 436 
Applegaie, Glenda C 
Applegale, Karen L 436 
Applegate, Linda A. 
Applegate, Lisa ). 341 
Appleman, Charlene f 341 
Appleman, Michael 252. 341 
Arave, Chen A 284. 460 
Arbaugh. Byron I 



archill 



, Cheryl A 



, Ellei 



436 



Arens, Robert L 328, 341 
Argabright, Susan Z 
Arlinghdus, Edwin 5 259 
Armes, Anthony B. 

Armstrong! L, Beth 411 





nell. 


Cheryl L 327 




net"; 


lackie L 
Margaret 1 




netl. 


Margarita 




netl. 


Mary H 




nett. 


Pamela S, 411 




nett. 


Sara K, 




ney. 


Leonard B 




nold 


Anita L, 




nold 


Anne F 




nold 


Anthony V 




nold 


Betty F P 




nold 


Charlene 261 




nold 


Christopher j, 460 




nold 


Cindy M 264 




lold 


lohn W. 




nold 


lohn W 




nold 


Kenneth D, 


Ar 


nold 


Lewis E. 




lold 


Marilyn A.H 


Ar 


lold 


Patrick A, 


Ar 


nold 


Paul K 341 


Ar 


lold 


Renita C 




lold 


Ricbard L, 


Ar 


lold 


Robert B 411 


Ar 


lold. 


Sara L 313. 460 




lold. 


Steven D 


Ar 


old 


Susan K. 341 


Ar 


old. 


Vickie S, 


Ar 


s, S 


san M 


Ar 




od. Gregory L 304, 436 


Ar 




It, Debby C 


Ar 


erbu 


n, Sherri A 460 


Ar 


es, F 


ancisco 


Ar 


hur. 


ames D 


Ar 


bur. 


loseph E 


Ar 


hur. 


Vicki L, 


Arthur. 


William R, 268 


Ar 


s, Tracy L, 


Ar 


in, Cynthia M. 460 


Ar 


in. Darrell 


Ar 


in. Darrell C, 


Ar 


in. Gene W II 304, 436 


Ar 


in, f- 


oward G, 


Ar 


in, Sharon H. 


Ar 


rn. Vickie L. 460 


Asberry 


Linda C. 411 


Aseere. 


Victoria M. 



Ashby, Martha S. 

Ashcraft, Brett W. 320 

Ashcraft, Debbie L, 315, 398 

Ashcraft, Edna E, 

Ashcraft, lames A. 

Ashcraft, Rickie D. 

Ashcraft, Shirley C. 231, 246, 275 

341 
Asher, Bemedji L.C. 
Asher, Edward 
Asher, luanita 411 
Ashford. Vivian T, 
Ashley, Billy 0, 249. 341 
Ashley, Brian P, 341 
Ashley. Tammie S, 398 
Ashorn. Kaihy M, 
Ashton. Thomas M, 
Ashursi, lohn M, 
Ashurst, Michael L. 
Ashworth, Willard |r. 
ASIO 264 
Aslett, lohn H. 
Assapimonwait, Rachen 
Atanasio, Russell I 269, 436 
Atchison, Richard E, 328 



Atkinson. Nancy H, 
Atkinson. Robert M 249. 257. 
Atlwood. Kathleen I 
Alwaier, Robert G, 
Atwood, Michael D 
Aubrey, William T 
Aug, Lisa M. 
Auge, Mary j 298, 460 
Augspurger, Curt A 
Augustin, Tracy C 319, 398 
A USA 269 

Ausherman. Nancy A. 
Ausmus, Mark C 
Auslerman, Anthony P. 
Austin. Glenna P, 
Austin, Jeffrey L, 
Austin. Jim E. 288, 396 
Austin, Kathy / 



, Marl 



! D 398 



tin, Teresa A 

tin, William R. 342 
ier, David R, 
ler, Melody ). 
rill, lames L 342 



— B— 



Babb, 


Larry D 411 


Babb, 


Valene 


L 


Bach, 


Dehor 


h A 


Bach, 
Bach, 


'alricia 


G. 342 
L, 342 


Bach, 


Williarr 


T, 


Bachn 
Back, 
Back, 


uetla 
Mary L 


i fi, 436 


Back, 


Nancy 




Back, 


Tana K 


248, 342 


Back, 


Tina G 




Bacon 


Brend 


a L 271, 280, 460 


Bacon 


Susan 


C 


Badge 


t, lami 


s K 


Badge 


t. Ken 


y M 


Badge 


t. Mar 


E 


Baechtold, Sh 


rley S 


Baer, 


oel W 




Baef, Patricia 


1 284, 460 


Bagby 


Kerne 


K 294, 313, 436 


Bagge 


t, Sara 


A 411 


Bahls, 
Bailey 


Nancy 
Conni 


E 

eS 411 


Bailey 


Craig 


342 


Bailey 


Darlen 


e 267, 398 


Bailey 


Denis 


M 211, 252, 411 


Bailey 
Bailey 


Donn 
Game 


1 
1, D 


Bailey 


Garret 


D 306 


Bailey 


Larry 


N 


Bailey. 


Laurel 


L 3 19, 436 


Bailey. 


Larry 288 


Bailey. 


Lawre 


ce 



Bailey, Patricia K 398 
Bailey, Robert L 460 
Bailey, Roy D 
Bailey, Sandra K, 248, 342 
Bailey, Terri L. 436 
Bailey. Terry 276, 436 



Bailiff, Jacqueline E 
Bain, Lindsey A. 
Bair, Fern L. 
Baird, Cloyde R 
Baird, David R, 247, 253 
Baird, Diana G 261 
Baker, Amy B 
Baker. Amy L 

Baker. Becky A. 
Baker. Brenda K, 
Baker, Caria j, 

Baker. Catherine j. 



Baker, Debra G 435 



Baker. Eddie R 



3rge R 
■endolyn 
ward C 



Baker, Marshall T )r. 
Baker. Martha A, 
Baker. Mary A 
Baker, Mary B. 
Baker. Michael B. 461 



Baker, Peggy C 
Baker. Robert ) 325. 34 
Baker, Robert L 398 
Baker, Robin G 299, 43 
Baker, Robin L, 
Baker, Roger K. 411 
Baker. Rufus |r. 325 
Baker, Russell E 
Baker. Sandra K, 327 
Baker. Shirley L 
Baker. Sondra G 
Baker, Stephen D 411 
Baker, Stevie A 
Baker, Sylvia 
Baker, Tanya K 



Bakken, Lynnelte R 266, ' 
Bakker, Ronald | 436 
Balasa. Margaret E 
Baldridge, W Austin 304 
Baldwin, Brian P. 
Baldwin, Cheryl L. 
Baldwin, Dawn C. 
Baldwin, )ames C. 266 
Baldwin, janelle L, 411 
Baldwin, loanne B 
Baldwin, John W III 343 



Balhatchet. Elizabeth 



Ball. Bobbie lean 

Ball, Bonnie C 

Ball, Garry L 435 

Ball, George W !r 

Ball, lames T 

Ball, limmy C. 461 

Ball, Kenneth R, 

Ball, Laura A, 436 

Ball, Lorraine P, 

Ball, Mark D 411 

Ball, Patricia L 

Ball. Patricia S 

Ball, Pid 461 

Ball, Sarah L. 

Ball, Susan B 411 

Ballard, Cheryl A 461 

Ballard, Cynthia M. 436 

Ballard, Gwendlynn M. 

Ballard, lerry L. 328 

Ballard, Lloyd D. 260 

Ballard, Lois A- 

Ballard, Mary E. 202, 253, 343 

Ballard, Peggi A. 

Ballard Peggy P, 

Ballard, Randall R. II 244, 247, 

343 
Ballard, Robert A 269 
Ballard, Sammie B, 437 
Ballard, Samuel D, 
Ballard, Wanda S, 
Ballenger, Pamela J. 461 
Ballew, Vicki L 398 
Ballinger, Harold D 
Ballinger. Mary J, 
Ballinger. Ray W. 
Ballinger. Virginia |. 262 
Ballou. Anthony R. 
Ballsmith, Nicholas J. 
Balogh, Lori L, 461 
Balogh, Sharon S. 212 
Balser, David C. 
Baltenberger, David E 437 
Balthrop, David S. 
Balthrop Steven G 
Balt/ell, Beth A 
Balyeat, Clay W 
Banahan, Claudia L. 
Bancells, Richard L, 
BAND 280, 281, 282, 283 
Bandy, Bernard B. II 263 



484 Index 



Bandy, Cheryl L. 

Bandy, Debra ], 

Bange, Darlene 261 

Banjar, Fadhel M. 

Bankv Carolvn S 437 

Banks, Charles H 

Banks, David W 

Banks, Kelly A. 399 

Banks, Pamela S 461 

Banks, Siephan R. 

Banks, Terressa A. 

BAPTIST STUDENT UNION 272 

Barber, Roben D 

Barber Scoti H 198. 243 

Barbour, [acqueline A 276 



Barbour, Willard 251 
Bard, Paul E 
Baiens, Pamela 461 
Barefool, Billy R 
Barger, Pamela C 325 
Barger, Tilford 
Barger, Virgin.a S. 
Barger, Wallace H 
Bargo, Donna S G, 
Bargo, Quetha J. 343 
Barker, Cindy C 
Barker. Cindy L. 
Barker, Douglas K. 
Barker, Harry D 



343 



, John P 



, Gerald C, 

. Gina K 

. Gregory S. 461 



Bam 


5, Kenneth W, 


Sam 


s, Mada C 


Barn 


s. Mary H. 


Barn 


s, Pamela S 278 


Barn 


5. Ronnie E, 


Barn 


i. Terry C 


Barn 


i. William E 437 


Barn 


■,. Wlll.aro j 


Barn 


II. Allred □ 


Barn 


11, Barbara AC 


Barn 


II, Becky A 


Barn 


II, Carol I 332, 4 


Barn 


II, Donhea L 46 


Sam 


II, Howard C 


Barn 


tl, Liia 1, 437 


Barn 


II Myrna L 437 


Barn 


II, Nila M 


Barn 


II, Roslyn I 343 



lulia E 332. 412 



Barrmger, Paul M. 
Barnteau, |ohn P )r, 412 
Barry, Douglas D. 
Barry, Mark R, 327 



Ban ho 


omew, Donald A 


320 


Barlho 


omew. Tlmolhy 327, 343 


Barllet 


, Catherine 461 




Barilei 
Barllel 


, Debra C. 

, Monica K, 461 




Banley 


Betty F 




Barlley 


Natalie L. 




Banley 
Banley 
Banon 


R.cky 

Wayne M 259 

Harold B,, |r. 




Ban on 


jamie L 280 




Barton 


lohnC 




Barion 


Lawrence E 229 


285, 343 


Ban on 


Robert M. 180 




Barton 


William E, 




BASEBALL 162. 163, 164, 




165 






BASKETBALL, MENS 186 


187. 188 


189, 


190. 191, 192, 193 


194, 195 


BASKETBALL, WOMENS 204, 205 


Bassam 


. Saleh A 




Bassto 


d, janet E. 




Basim. 


Barry L. 




Basiin. 


Betty F 343 




Baslin, 


Karia B 




Bastin, 


Wayne N. 




Baston 


Rebecca S. 




Basyun 


. Abdulia A. 





. 458 



Bauer. Lisa A 
Baugh, Carol M, L 
Baugh, Robert J. 
Baughman. Daryl | 343 
Baughman, Patricia A 3 
Baughman. Tyn 
Baughman. VicI 



Baurr 



399 



lan, Charles D. 343 



Baumann. Carla K 

Baumann, Lynn R 

Baumer. Margarel M. 271, 274, 438 

Baumer. Nancy A 462 

Baumer. Peggy 205 

Baumgardner, Douglas 

Baumgardner, Harriet 

Baumgariner. Peler D 

Bauler, Polly A. 

Baxter, Helen D. 274 

Baxter. James S 294, 325 



, Robert W 



Bays, Nina 

Beach, Beverly E. 

Beach, Bradley A. 294, 320 

Beach, Bryan P. 327 

Beach, Eric D. 

Beach, Margaret A 

Beach, Maria I 343 

Beach, Paul R 

Beacham, Abbie O 294, 298 

Beadles, lamie C 461 

Beakes, Henry L. II 

Beale, Steve L 

Bean, George A 



, Willia 



438 



Beard, Carole N 

Beard. Cheryl ) 412 

Beard. Josephine S, 

Beard. Nelson 207 

Beardsley, Betty J 

Beasley. Kevin M 272. 343 

Beasley, Man 248, 272. 343 

Beason, Ellen L. 412 

Beat, Teresa A. 461 

Beatlie, Wanda L. 

Bealty, Gloria D 412 

Beaty, Peggy A, 461 

Beaven, Donald A 

Beavers. Deborah W 

Beavin, Ann C 299, 298. 412 

Beavin, Michael L 343 

Bechler, Susan A 

Beck, Deborah L 461 

Beck. Elizabeth H S, 

Beck, leanie C 343 

Beck, Marianne 

Beck, Paula B. 

Beck, Rhonda L 332. 412 

Beck, Robert C. 

Beck, Samuel R. 

Beck, Thomas )- 

Beck, Valerie K 

Becker, Irene S 

Becker, Larry S 343 

Becker, Raymond A. 

Becker. Teresa K, 

Beckers, Gilbert L 

Beckett, Melody K. 

Beckman, lulie K 412 

Beckman. Rita F 461 

Becknell, Edsel L 

Becknell, Karen A 

Becknell, Ossie K 

Becknell, Philip S, 

Beckner, Anne A, 

Becksmith, Ann M. 

Beddow, Terry M. 

Beeboui, Eloise H, 

Beeler, Terri L. 

Begley, Alexander 

Begley, Arthur D. 

Begley, Carl 412 

Begley. Dorothy 311, 438 

Begley. Douglas S. 

Begley. Elizabeth A 

Begley. Ella R 

Begley. Gladys 

Begley. Ira j II 246, 250 

Begley. Jackie L 

Begley. Lena N, 

Begley. Lillie M. 

Begley. Linda S 

Begley. Manha R R 

Begley, Manhlyn C. 281. 438 

Beglev, Mary D 

Begley, Mary L R 

Begley, Nina L 

Begley, Patty C 

Begley, Ralph D 

Behanan, Unda S 

Behler, Michael C 251, 438 

Behne, Cheryl A. 202, 203, 461 

Behrens, Gene A. 

Behrer, Deborah I 335 

Behymer, Barbara E, 

Beighle. Charles L 

Beirne, lames S 343 

Belaihis. Hamad M 

Belcher. Alice M 461 

Belcher! Ernest R, 
Belcher. Francis R 
Belcher. Harold D, 
Belcher. Larry L. 
Belcher, Mary E. 
Belcher. Nancy CS. 
Belcher, Vena R 412 
Belden, Ronnie D- 



Bclile, Dallas A. 
Bell, Alan P. 
Bell, Carolyn H 
Bell, Edward P 280 
Bell. Helen B. 
Bell, lames W 
Bell, leKrey D 250. 343 
Bell, Karen L. 
Bell, Keith H. 
Bell. Kim P, 438 
Bell, Manha A 
Bell, Mary F 
Bell. Randall M 
Bell, Reberra C 
Bell, Richard A 180 
Bell, Ronald p 



Bellairs, Deborah K 
Bellairs, Mary 
Bellamy, Agnes M. 343 
Bellamy, Beth R 
Bellamy, George M. 330. 412 
Bellamy, Sallie A 
Bellinger, Dennis S 
Bellman. Jackie S W 
Bellman, William ). 



Bello 



343 



264 



Beloai, Robert E 315 
Benasuili, )i 
Bendall, Anne M, 
Bender. Debra L. 
Benedetti, Annette M. 4E 
Benedict. Deborah S, 
Beneke, Vickie B 
Benge, Darlene 462 
Benge. Martha J 
Benge. Norma I 
Benge. Penny D 
Benge. Tamara L. 412 
Benjamm, Susan E. 
Bennel, Lois D, 
Benneli. Bevelyn S. 343 
Bennett, Cynthia Y, 412 
Bennett. David L 
Bennett. Dewey C 
Bennett, Ellen C 412 
Bennett, Frederick M. 
Bennett, leffrey K 
Bennett, leffrey R 



. John } 

. JuditI 



, 344 



Bennei 
Bennett, Palsy A 
Bennett. Russell E. 
Benney, Diane C 
Benning, Brooke A. 



Bern 



ithon 



Bentley, Connie R. 332, 438 
Bentley, Cynthia A 
Bentlev. Dorella S. 
Bentley, lames B. 
Bentley, Joseph R. 
Bentley, Lewie L. 438 
Bentley, Lois B, 
Bentley, Mary A. 
Bentley, Rocky L, 320, 438 
Bentley, Steven W. 438 
Benton, Charlene M 
Benion, Doris J 
Benton, Sandy L. 
Berberich, Alane M. 
Berberich, Theresa A 
Berestord, Alice M 270, 344 
Berg, Sandra |, 

Bergdoll, Leslie A, 251, 281, 438 
Berge, Marion M 
Berge, Thomas F 
Berger, Kenneth A 
Berger. Thomas J 180, 184 
Bergstrasser, Dennis 
Bergstrom, Kathryn K. 
Berke. Paula L 412 
Berkebile, Daniel C 344 
Berkebile. lane A. 265, 412 
Berkeihiser, Kristen 
Berkshire. Leslie K. 283 
Bernard, Dale A. 261, 412 



Bernard, Larry W. 289, 290, 
Bernardi, Kalherine G. 
Berrie, Char^e^ M. 320 
Berry, Anna F 262. 412 
Berry, Barbara I 259, 462 
Berry, Brenda ). 344 
Berry, Chert- A. 
Berry, David L- 
Berry, Dennis K. 
Berry, Eugene M. 
Berry, Ccorgietta L 
Berry, Heather L, 251, 399 
Berry, lane F, 462 
Berry. |anet I 
Berry. John C. 280. 285 
Berry, Mark 326 
Berry, Melanie S- 
Berry. Priscilla A, 462 
Berry, Terry A 
Berryman, Gregory A. 438 
Berryman, Marc E 315 
Bersaglia. William G 
Benram, James K, 
Benrand, Edward ). 
Berlrand, Steven P- 
Beset, Janet 344 
Besser. David L. 344 
Best, George M. 
Best. Janet K. 
Best. Karen S. 
Best, Kimberly A, 
Best, Manlyn L. 335, 412 
Best, Patrick M. 320, 344 
Best, Ruth J 
Besuden, David B 
Besuner, Paige A 
BETA THETA PI 301 
Bevins, Lenetia S, 
Bevins, Marsha L 
Bevins, Omeki R. 
Bewley, Linda C. 
Bey, Drew 

Beyersdoerfer, Rod J. 
Biaso, James D. 
Bibbins, Rick C. 301 
Bibbs, Willis A, 
Bibler. Renee M 
Bicketl. Sarah D 
Bickelt. Tina G 335 
Bickford, Amy L 462 



Bidwell, Linda A. 
Biederman, Jessica F. 
Biederman. Steven M. 
Bieger, Mary K. 212. 438 
Biehn, Mary A, 
Biesmger. Carol R 
Biggerstaff. Robert H. 
Biggs, Mike D 
Biggs, Randall F 315 



nklir 
Billeiet, Lisa J. 
Billings, Patricia L, 
Billings, Roy D- 
Billions. Karen G, 344 
Billiter. Johnnie D, 344 

Binder'. Kevin A, 
Binggeli, William L 
Bingham, Donna I 

Bingham. Michael T. 
Bingham, Peggy J, 
Bingham, Rose M. 438 
Birchfield. Harold W. 
Birchwell, Gary W. 



Bishop, Bradley C 



Bishop, Kevin | 315. 412 
Bishop, tela M. 
Bishop. Robert $, II 
Bishop. Roulinde 412 
Bishop, RuswII W, 
Bishop. William B. 
Bisig. Gregory t 323, 412 
B(«f[, Mary C 
Btsping, Debra M. 412 
Bilskft, Edward A. 
Black. Barbara A. 
Black. Bonnie L 
Black. Charles t. 
Black. Charles M. 
Black. Debbie |. 
Black. [Jeena L- 
Black. Dennis A, 
Black. Donna F 
Black, Mary W. 
Black. Pamela 8 599 
Black. Pamelia I. 276 
Black. Rhonda C. 399 
Blackard. Michael I. 
Blackburn, D. Sue 
Blackburn, Debbie S. 438 
Blackburn, Deena L 
Blackburn, Douglas D- 



BlacVburn, Melissa L 
Blackburn. Roben J. 315, 412 
Blackburn, Tammy L 412 
Blackburn. Teresa L. 
Blackerby. John H. Jr. 328 
Blackman. KimbeHy A. 278 
Blackshear. Dwayne H. 
Blackwell, Elizabeth 
Blarkwell, James D. 
Blackwell. Michelle 462 
Blackwell, Patncia A. 242. 257. 263, 

265, 412 
Blackwell. Rebecca J. 344 
Blade. James R. 438 
Blades. Elizabeth W, 344 
Blair. Biran J 31. 274 
Blair. Helen M, 462 
Blair, ianei ) 
Blair. Jerry W. 
Blair. Kaiherine A 258. 344 
Blair. Kenneth 
Blair. Mary J 
Blair. Paul A 
Bla.f. Peggv K 



Blakefield. Rita B. 



Blakemore. Connie S 344 
Blakemore. John A- 
Blanchard. Paul 247 
Bland. Jeffrey S 462 
Bland, Joseph E 
Bland, Rebeoia A 
Blandford, Jane M 
Blandford, Paul D. 344 
Blanford. Richard C 
Blank, Dane 325 
Blankenship, Ceal C. 412 
Blankenship. Dane L. 
Blankenship. Gloria F 
Blankenship. Helen L- 
Blankenship, Henr> T 
Blankenship. Lelia D. 
Blankenship, Marg> W, 
Blankenship, Randy S. 280 
Blankenship. Roben F. 
Blankenship. Sandra T. 



Moving into the dorm in August is a family affair. 




Bowen, Tara M iAS 




Bow 



; 399 



Hold on for dear life!!! 



Blanion. Phyllis W. 
Blanion. Rex W 
Blanron, Robert P 
Blaydes, Eugene F 
Blecha, Edward W 
Blecha, Sharon M 3' 
Bledsoe, Charles L 
Bledsoe. Cynthia C 



Blocker, Carvm 
Blodgeii, Paul ) 
Blondell, David B 462 
Bloomtield, Thomas W 
Bloss, Elizabeth A 
Blouni, Carmen M 
Blount. Susan E 344 
Blo«om, Mary A 
BIythe, Donna I 438 
Blylhe, Eugenia | 
Bobbert, Larry C 
Bobl.li, Roger D 
Boden, Linda A 251. 438 
Bodrne, Ann |. 335. 412 
Bodine, L.nda D 
Bodk.n. Kevin ) 462 
Bodnar, Michael T 
Soebinger, Arthur R 
Boehm, (annene 462 
Boelk, Robert C If 
Boemker, Patricia S 297, 344 
Bogan, Donna C 462 
Bogan, Elizabeth M 
Bogard. Harold L 
Boggess. Frances A 297. 344 
Boggs, Brenda ) 
Boggs, David I 
Boggs. Debra I 278, 438 
Boggs. Ernie 
Boggs. George R 
Boggs, Gienda H 
Boggs. Kathleen N. 
Boggs, Lisa A 
Boggs, Markus R 
Boggs, Mary L 
Boggs, Melissa 
Boggs. Michael 1 
Boggs, Patricia A 462 
Boggs, Robert B 
Bogie, Barbara K 



Bogie, Mary G 



Bohai 



Bohanan, )an 8 
Bohannon, Julie A 313, 438 
Bohmer. Barbara K 
Bohn, Christine M 344 
Bohn. Cynthia F 245, 285 
Bohnstedt, Charles W 
Boice. Linda C 



Bois 



247, 



Bokach, Barbai 
Boland, Patrick D 
Bolden. Samuel L 
Bolding, Mark K 
Boiding, Robert ). 
Boldt, loseph C, 
Boles, Lisa L 
Solin, M Diane 
Boiling, Danny W 
Boiling, William C 
Bollinger, Wendy R 298 
Boll. Anila P 
Bolte, lames T 438 
Bolton. Deborah A, 
Bolton. Jeanne C- 
Bolton, lerrie I 
Bolton, Melanie L 



Bond, Anne K 
Bond, Betty L S 
Bond, John W 
Bond. Larry A 
Bond, Patricia C 344 
Bond, William J II 
Bondurani, William J 
Boneta, Luis B 
Bonfield. loseph M 
Bondeld. Nancy A 46^ 
Bonfield, Patrick D 
Bonham. Lynn R 



Booher, Ben|an 
Booher, Betty L 



Boone. Mary J 462 
Boone. Mary P 264, 412 
Boone, Valerie K 
Bootcheck, David I 
Booth. Arthur T. 320 
Booth, Kathy J 438 
Booth, Patricia L 275 
Booth, Richard E. 
Boothe. lames E 
Booze. David G 176, 180 
Bordas, Mark C 
Borden, Curtis J 
Borden. Marlene D 412 
Borders, Deborah A D 
Borders, Jennifer L 412 
Borders, Joseph G 296, 320 
Borders, Judy S 
Borders, Karen S 
Borders, Kathryn A 
Borders, Manha P 
Borders. Paul W 462 
Borgman, Kristy J 
Borgman. Michael 5 306 
Borland, Gene L 
Born. Kirk C 
Bosley. Faye A 
Bosley, loseph G 
Bosley, Victoria A 438 
Sosma, Tern B 
Bosse, Michael D 
Boston, loyce D 
Boston. Rodney W 



< W 
Anihon 



Bostrc 

i B. 3+4 
Boiner, Billy R 
Botner. Carolyn S. 344 
Boiner. Nancy C 
Bolt, Felicia A 311, 438 
Bottom, Donna S 345 
Bottom. John D. Jr 
Bottoms, Beverly H 
Bottoms, Brenda J 
Bolloms, Kenneth R 
Bottoms, Melvin C 

Botts. Sharon K 412 
Boudinot, Renee M 412 
Bouknight, Dan L 
Sounnell, Christopher 327 
Bourne, Michael R 345 
Bourne. Susan L 462 
Bousack. Sandra D 
Souyea. George I 260. 3% 
Bow, Jadene C 462 
Bow, Ronald L 
Bow, Roxanne 
Bowden. Rayann 
Bowdy, Valerie A 345 
Bowdy, William B 412 
Bowen, Beverly A 
Bowen, Deborah L 264. 345 
Bowen, Greg R 
Bowen. Kathenne E 



Bowles, Brenda S 345 
Bowles, Darrell L 
Bowlin, Rich D 259 
Bowlin, Steven T 
Bowling, Ann C 399 
Bowling, Arleen C 
Bowling, Cora L 345 
Bowling, Deborah A 345 
Bowling. Edward C IN 
Bowling. Edward L. 345 
Bowling, Elizabeth A. 
Bowling, Eugenia L. 
Bowling, Garrett, D 
Bowling. Janet L. 
Bowling, lame E, 298 
Bowling, Malissa A. 
Bowling, Sandra F. 345 

Bowling, Yolanda F 
Bowman. Charles R 
Bowman, Constance D 
Bowman, Derek D 
Bowman, Edward J. 
Bowman, Karen A. 
Bowman, Libby C, 412 
Bowman, Mark C. 309 
Bowman. Randy M. 

Bowman! Sheila A. 
Bowman, Stephen R. 413 
Bowman, Tory A 288, 311, 413 



.Char 



Boyce, Pair 



Boyd, Mark E. 
Boyd, Martha H. 
Boyd, Mattie A 
Boyd, Sally C. 399 
Boyd. Ursel Doris 
Boyd, Wendell 
Boyer, Daniel S 
Boyer, Steven W 
Boyeite, leffrev A < 
Boykm, Claudia L : 
Boyle, Elizabeth M 
Boyle, Hugh T 
Boyle, Stephen L. 
Boyles. Terry L. 



Bozt 



, Dale 



Bradley, Mary E 
Bradley, Mural A 
Bradley, Phillip E 
Bradley, Shauna 413 
Bradley. Steven A. 
Bradley, Valerie D 
Bradley, William £ 280 
Bradshaw, Andrew K. 
Bradshaw. Barry C 
Bradshaw, Jeleta K.T 
Bradshaw, John D. 
Bradshaw, Mary L 319. 413 
Bradt, Phyllis H W, 
Brady, John A 438 
Brady, Margaret S. 



Bragdon, Claudia E. 4 
Bragg. David B 
Bramard. Diann G 
Brainard, Mildred C 



eti, lames R Ir 462 
, Kenneth G 
. David L 



Branch. Gary L 180 
Brandenburg, David L 
Brandenburg. David W 
Brandenburg, Gordon W 
Brandenburg. Kenneth 
Brandenburg, Michael 
Brandenburg, Tammy S 
Brandenburg, Troy W 
Brandenburg, Virgil 
Brandl. Glenn W 
Brandon, Lori A. 462 






lard G 11 
s F 180 
Tib, Johnathan 

Branscum, AJIen 

Branscum, Richard W. 

Branson. Debora L 462 

Branson, George 



Brashear, Dove 
Bratcher. Edna L 
Brashear, Gladys W. 
Brashear, |o Ann 
Brashear, Lola 345 
Brashear, Paulette 
Braibcer, Edna D 
Bratcher, Gary | 438 
Bratcher, Mary A 272, 438 
Bratcher, Thomas M 
Braun, lohn W 
Bravard. Pamela L 
Brawner, Michael Q 
Srawner, Roben A )r. 



Braxton, Anthony E. 180, 183 
Bray, lohn M. 
Bray, Richard L. 
Breckenkamp, Susan L, 413 
Breckheimer, Terri L 438 
Bredemeyer. Lon K 281 
Breeden. Patricia S 
Breeding, Gregory D. 
Breeding, Sharon L 



Brelol. Nancy E 
Brehm, Scott E 280 
Brehme, Douglas M, 



Brent, Carol B 
Brent, Sandra L 
Bressert, Robert T 
Brewer, Cynthia A, 
Brewer, Diana J H. 
Brewer, Edward £ 462 

. Elizabeth A, 271, 462 



Bre' 



Brewer, Ginny B 

Brewer, Kenneth E. 
Brewer. Melinda A, 
Brewer. Melodye L 438 
Brewer. Robin M 270 
Brewer, Teresa L 
Brewer, William D, |r, 
Bricker, Lewis D 
Bricking, Katherine L. 



Bride' 



■II, lei 



Bridgeman, Cleta L. 
Bridgeman. Rama D, 
Bridges, Henry L 
Bridges, William E Jr. 
Bridgewater. Jane A, 
Bndgewater, Linda R 
Brtdwell. Gail A 
Briggs, Karen | 294. 302 
Briggs, Kevin P 
Briggs, Laurie A 212. 271 
Briggs, Vanessa R 436 
Bright, David E 198, 199. 345 
Bright, Deborah S. 234, 242, 248, 

263, 313 
Bright, Dennis C. 196, 199 
Brighlwell, Dons | 345 
Briles, Charles W 111 



, Tho 
Brinkley, Betty I 
Briscoe, Donald L. 
Brisky, Pamela S. 
Britain, Michael K. 259 
Brite, Paul 
Brrtt. Carolyn |. 
Britt, David H 249, 346 
Bfittain, Ray F 
Brittle, Durwood H 
Britton, Diana K 399 
Britton, Gregory T 



438 

Britton, Robert D 
Britz. Thomas L 
Broaddus, Billy W 
Broaddus. Earl T, 
Broaddus, Hubert C, 
Broaddus, I T 
Broaddus. Mary J 439 
Broaddus, Thomas C. 
Broadwater, Cecilia J 
Brock, Anne F 346 
Brock, Carl 462 
Brock, Debra L. 439 
Brock, Gregory L 
Brock, Greta L 
Brock, lanel L 346 
Brock. Jeffery D 268 
Brock, letfery W 
Brock, Joan G 
Brock, lohn D 
Brock, Margaret A, 439 
Brock, Rodney D. 



, Brian R 280, 285 



. Eddie W 

. Elaine 

, Glenna |. 

, Gregory C 328, 462 

, Gregory S 439 

, Henry D. 

, Ian M.H 

, Janet K. 

, Jennifer D. 413 

, Jill L 413 

, Jodie |. 325, 298, 462 

, lohn D. 346 

, lohn D 



lulie L 279, 281, 413 
, Karen F. 298 
, Kathleen B. 

, Kenneth R. 



, Michael A. 4 
, Michael E. 
, Michael F. 

, Mike J. 304 



, Rosamond M. 

, Sally I. 

, Scott D 306, 439 



, Todd R 

. Walter S. 306, 346 

, Wanda E. 



iwnmg, David R 
wning. James D 346 
iwning. Judson W. 
wning, Leila A- 
twning, Pamela K. 
wning, Robin L. 439 
Jroyles, Amy L 439 
, David C. 
, Mary A, 261, 399 



277 



, Terr 



Brockman, Paul R 
Brockman, Rosemary 346 
Brockwell, Randall R 413 
Brodi, Steven L 
Brogan. Clifford M 413 



)rohrr 



Bro 



, Gregory 330 



Brookins. Walle 


P 43 


Brooks, Aneila ^ 




Brooks, Anihon 


E, 


Brooks, Bridgeir 


p D 4 


Brooks, Cachy L 




Brooks, Chefyl 


439 



iruck, Marilyn S 325 
;en, Edilh R. 
;en, |oy L 
irumback, Charles F 
Srumback, Cherie L 413 
mback, Parncia C 
mfield, Charles W 
3rumfield, lonalhan L 
Siumlield, Kogan L 
Jfumfield, Melanie A. 
mfield, Pamela C- 
mfield, Richard L 266. ] 
mlield, Stewad R 

'. Lynn R 278, 413 



, Cba 
, Don 



278 



. Nan. 



BfOoks, Robert 
Brooks, Sandra L 284 
Brooks, Susan M 
Brooks, Tim C 276, 346 
, Valarie S 439 



okshir 



Brookshire, loseph R 
Broome. Ronald M 
Brosky. Vincenl | 323 
Brolhen. Susan C 
Brothers. Robert D |r 
Srough. Daniel L 278. 399 
Brough. Thomas C 
Broughlon. Charles R 
Broughton. lane t, 
Brouse, Dorothy T. 



iner. Randy I. 
iner, Thelma F, 
inker, Icrry W, 
nner. Donald I 268 
nner. Pamela S 439 
truno. Peggy S 266. 439 



. Pamela D 276 

Barry S 

Christian L 283. 439 



486 Index 



Bryani, Angela P. 439 

Bryani, Billy R 

Bryanl. Debra ) 346 

Bryant. Eula D 

Bryani. lackie I 239, 250, 269. 



Bryani, Sarah A 

Bryani, Siacey A 298, 462 

Bryson, ludith M. 
Bubisheet, Fareeda M 
Buchanan. Janet L 
Buchanan, loanne W 
Buchanan. Linda E 
Buchanan. Nellie A R 346 
Buchanan, Steven C 
Bucher, lames A 
Bucher, Lloyd K. 
Bucher, Lloyd M. 
Bucher, Loyce D. 
Buchert, David P. 
Buchert. Mark E. 
Buchignani. Barry P 



Buck. 



t W 



Buckham, Mary Hoffmai 
Buckler, Ann K. 462 
Buckles, Sandra L. 
Buckman, Cindy M 



lan. lar 



s M 



Buckman. Sheila M 
Bucknam. Cathy L 263 
Buckner, Claressa 463 
Buckner, Leroy 
Buckner, Vanessa L 
Budzinski, Catherine 332, 439 
Buehler, MarjorJe D 
Buerger, Deborah A 
Buffinglon. Cwen R 346 



Buford, Donald ^ 
. Barbara ) 
, Deborah M W 



139 



Bulishak, Daniel ) 346 
Bullitt. Vicky V. 439 
Bullock, Brenda A 
Bullock, Earl H 
Bullock, Gwendolyn S 313, 



Bullock. Randy D 
Bullock. Rose A. 
Bullock. Shane L 



Bunch. Lawrence O 
Bunch, Millard )r 
Bunch, Paula M. 
Bunch, Rickie D 
Bunch, Suedeil 463 
Bunch, Teresa D. 
Bundy, Earl C 
Bunnell, Bobby R 
Bunion. Lillian M. 
Burbridge, Raymond L 
Burch, Brad E. 243, 271, 413 
Burch, Slewart C 
Burch, Vivian K W. 
Burcham, Gary L. 346 
Burcham, Regma C 
Burchelt. Emma j 
Burchett, leffery H 
Burchelt. Ramona 346 
Burchelt, Susan L. 246. 320, 3 
Burchett, William E 
Burden. Anthony L 
Burdell, Cammie M 
Burden, |udy D 399 
Burdette, Janice O 
Burdette, Karen D 
Burdelle, Patnck S 346 
Burdette, Tina I 
Burdine, |an 346 
Burger, Carol R. 
Burger, Pamela S 413 
Burger, Penny L 413 



Burl 



irry f 



Burke, Mau 
Burke, Pam S 463 

Burke, Stephen P 463 
Bufketi. Cynthia 
Burkett, John D 
Burkey. Linda C 413 
Burkhardt. Richard j 
Burkhart, Betty F 
Burkhart, Tammy 
Burkhead, Don R 
Burkhead. Donald R 
Burklow, Sphar T 413 
Burks. Darrell W 
Burks, Donna L 278. 463 
Burks. Francine T 



Burt 



319 



Burley, Doria V 

Burnam, lane E. 

Burneli, jerald R 

Burnett, lames M, 346 

Burnett, Kathleen A. 413 

Burnett. Kevin C 

Burneil, Lawrence A, 266, 309, 439 

Burnett. Sherry A 251. 439 

Burns. Daniel R 

Burns, Donald W. )r 

Burns, Elizabeth A 463 

Burns. Frankie A. 



Burns, Theresa A. 399 
Burns, Todd L 320 
Burris, Harold T 
Burris, Mary L 



Bu 




Dale M 


Bu 




Darryle M, 


Bu 




Denise C 


Bu 
Bu 




Denrae 
Douglas A, 


Bu 
Bu 
Bu 




Catv E 413 
George B. 
lennifer A, 


Bu 
Bu 




loel M 
lohn D 



Burlo 


n, Sheila A 346 


Burto 


n, Teresa A 347 


Burlo 


n, Thelma A 


Burto 


n, Tim C 


Burlo 


n, Warren B 


Bu^c^ 


. David A. 


Buse 


Nancy M 413 


Buse 


Paul C 270, 413 


Bush 


Becky j 439 


Bush 


Cathy S, 413 


Bush 


Cynthia D 


Bush 


George F 


Bush 


George W- 


Bush 


lames M 413 


Bush 


lames R 


Bush 


jonna S. 262 


Bush 


Lisa M 272, 413 


Bush 


Rosalind 248 


Bush 


William 294, 336 



Bulcher, Cecelia ID 

Butcke, Richard G 439 

Buten, Mark E 

Butler, Brian S 

Butler, Dawn M 

Butler, Lorraine E 265, 280, 463 

Butler, Martha L 

Butler, Mason K, 

Butler, Peggy A 



jtler, Timolhy R 414 
jtler, Zella N 272, 439 
jttcrlield, Michael 
jtterfield. Sherry L 251, 463 
jttersveck, Cynthia R 313 



283, 296, 463 



347 



Byhre, Susan O 
Byler, Thomas W 414 
Byrd, Anna I 
Byrd, Brenda C 
Byrd. Cynlhia A 
Byrd, Cynthia A 347 
Byrd, Glen Ir. 347 
Byrd, Norma I 
Byrd, Richard S 
Byrd, Rodney A, 180 
Byrd, Terri L 311 
Byrd, Timothy D 439 
rrne, Eugene M 



Byrne 



, Robei 



— c— 



Cabanne, Linda L. 245, 439 
Cabell, Debrah A, 399 
Cable, Gwendolyn E 
Cable, loseph H 251, 463 
Cable, Karen D 
Cable, Margie L 
CADUCEUS 263 
Cady, Kalhryn M- 263 
Calfee, Doyle H, 347 
Callee, lanel L 439 
Cabal, Regina R. 275, 414 
Cahill, David D 
Cahill, Marl A 
Cahill, Michael F 
Cam, Andrea D 
Cain, Charles D 309 
Cain, Christie L 
Cain, Debbie L 
Cain, Dennis E 
Cain. Geraldine 
Cain, Cigi I, 
Cain, lames W. 



Cain. Phyllis H. 
Cain, Sabrina R. 463 
Cain, Teresa R. 272 
Cain. Thomas ) 



Calder. Corinne E 
Calder, Myra L 439 
Caldet, Tanya L 463 
Caldwell, Andy L 
Caldwell, Charles F, 
Caldwell, Charlotte E, 
Caldwell, Daria C 
Caldwell, Elvin 71, 278 
Caldwell, Gary L, 
Caldwell, Cma A. 
Caldwell, Grego'ry D 347 
Caldwell, jewclenc M, 
Caldwell, jo M 463 
Caldwell, Leroy 
Caldwell, Ricky |. 
Caldwell, Sally AC. 
Caldwell, Shcn L, 
Calhoun, Edna M, 
Calhoun, Lesley D 
Calhoun, Patnck W. 
Calhoun. Palti 
Call, Laura 414 
Calkins, Terry 200, 201 
Calkins, Uura A. 
Call. Debbie L. 273 
Call, ludith K. 
Callahan, Dianna |, 
Callahan, K, Philip 
Callahan, Laura L 311 
Callahan, Mark C 
Callender, lack T 
Callicotle, lohn C 



Calli 



, Ehrabeth A 297, ■ 



Calvert, Bobbelta 



Calvi 



, Christ 



Calvert, Dee A 262, 298 
Camacho, Marcus A 
Cambron, Bonnie E 463 
Cambron, Cameille I 
Cambron, lohn A 
Cambron, loseph R 
Cambron, Stephen D 289 
Cambron, Thomas P 285, 414 
Camenisch, Nancy E 347 
Cameron, Alv.n W 
Cameron, Lois R 
Cameron, Mary S 
Camfield, Loren E 
Camp, Regenald D 
Campbell , Betsy K. 
Campbell, Betty 348 
Campbell, Bonnie L 
Campbell, Bonnie R 49 
Campbell, Connie A 414 
Campbell, Connie L. 
Campbell, Debbie L 217 
Campbell, Diane L 
Campbell, Donna M. 
Campbell, Douglas Ir. 
Campbell. Emily E. 
Campbell. Gary D 
Campbell, Gary W 
Campbell, lames 5 
Campbell, lean S 
Campbell, lohn I 
Campbell, loyce A 
Campbell, judilh C 248 
Campbell, Katherine E 275, 414 
Campbell, Keller B |i 
Campbell, Kenneth C 
Campbell, Kevin M 348 
Campbell, 



npbel 



463 

Campbell! Lora E 439 
Campbell, Mary I 275, 
Campbell, Paula M 
Campbell, Randy A 
Campbell, Rebecca 



463 



npbel 



andri 



Campbell, Stacy I 439 
Campbell. Susan B 313. 439 
Campbell. Susan E 
Campbell. Tammy | 440 
Campbell, Wendell D 
Campbell, Wesley R 
Campbell, William C 348 
Campbell, Wilma D 

Campolo, Cathy A 266 
Canan, Kevin L 
Canastra, lelfrey C 
Candler, Michael B 
Cannavan, Debbie A 313, 348 
Canning, Mary A 
Cannon, Emma R 
Cannon, limmy D 
Cannon, Laura G 414 
Cannon, Patrick A 294, 325 
Canon, Rebecca C 
Canon, Robert I 320, 414 
Canter, Kimberly 348 
Cantrell, lacqueline 
Cantrell, Pamela D 
Capps, Cathy L 
Card, William I 327, 414 
Cardonell, Terry L. 



. lanr 

. left L 414 

. lin 



Carfield. Barbara 

Carfield. William E. 

Cargle. Rena O 266 

CaHeton, Deborah 

Carlile, Wanda L 348 

Carlisle, Robert S 

Carlisle, Robin L 

Carlock, Susan A 245, 272. 440 

Catloftis. Robert D. 

Cados. lim M, 320 

Carlos, loan M 277 

Carlson. Kimberly K 463 

Carlson. Sandra L 

Carlton, Dieter, R 260 

Cadton, Richard O, 

Carman, Donald 



Carr 



Carmichael, Dougia 
Carmichael, Lori A 
Carnahan, Sharon N 



Carnes, Rosemary C 
Catnes, Sarah E. 
Carney. Nancy A. 
arney. Phillip R 
Carozza, Dino V 
Carpenter, Betty L. 440 
Carpenter, David A. 440 
Carpenter, Donna ) 
Carpenter. Gregory L 
Carpenter, lames C. 
Carpenter, lames W 
Carpenter, leffrey W 440 
Carpenter, Martin A. 
Carpenter, Martin T. 
Carpel 



, Rodni 
, Susan 



Carpenter, Virginia M 244, 348 
Carr, Danny L 463 
Carr, Deborah L 
Carr, Diana M 463 
Cart, lohn A Ir 
Carr, loseph E 
Carr, Kenney P 
Carr, Richard I |r 
Carr, Susan A 258, 414 
Carraco, Sylvia C 
Carretto, Dan 206 
Cameo, Terry L 320 
Carrier, landal D 
Carrier, Neil, P 440 
Carrillo, Connie S 
Carnngton, lellery C 
Cainthers, Linda C 
Carroll, Eddie C 
Carroll, Emma 5 
Carroll, lack E 
Carroll, lames P 
Carroll, Ronald E 440 
Carroll, Rose M 
Carroll, Wanda S 205. 414 
Carruba. Elizabeth A 232. 245. 21 
348 



Carson. William C 
Carlen, Bulord. I 
Carter. Allred T 
Carter. Bernard L 
Carter. Carolyn F 
Carter, Charles R 
Carter, Christine A 
Carter, Constance 
Carter, Curtis K 
Carter, Delmar 
Carter, Glandias V 



Carle 


Michael W 319 


Carle 


Mike W 


Carle 


Nicholas L 


Carte 


Norman D 414 


Carle 


Robert E 


Carte 


Rockie D 


Carte 


Rosetta F 


Carte 


Rowena L 


Carte 


Samuel 1 


Carte 


Sleven A 


Carte 


Sylvia S 348 


Carte 


Terea D 49 



Car> 



irk C 



Case. Cheryl L 313 
Case, lohn D 
Case. Kathleen S 
Case. Lori A 440 
Case. Michael A 
Case Michael R 



Case 






Cash. Cynthia L 280 
Cash. Diana Z 
Cash, Doris P 
Cash, Harry D III 
Cash, Marlene K 
Cash, Pamela LC 
Cass, Billve S 348 
Cassady, Linda J 348 



Casserly, Robert F 
Cassiday, Brenda G 
Cassidy, leannie 325 
Cassidy, Karen C 



Castle, lack T II 



Castle, Sandy C 
Castle, Sharns L 
Castle, Shirley D 
Castle, Stephen W 261, 349 
Cataldo, Anthony M 
Cataldo, lohn P 
CATALINA CLUB 280 
Gates, Rhonda I. 
Gathers. [Jonna L 463 
Gathers. Florene L 
Gathers. Kelly L. 
Gathers. Theresa A 
Catlelt, Debra C, 
Caudell. Sharon L 
Caudill, Alice C 
Gaudill, Anthony L 
Caudill. Barbara .M 
Caudill. Ben \ 
Caudill, Betty L 
Caudill, Billv M 



Caudill, Deborah K, 
Caudill. Eric E 
Caudill. lohn T 
Caudill, Karen I. 414 
Caudill, Keith R. 
Caudill, Kenneth D. 
Caudill, Kenneth O. 
Caudill. Kevin A. }14 
Caudill, Laura R. 
Oudill, Lawrence M. 
Caudill, Maigarei L. 
Caudill, Patricia L 2S3. U9 
Caudill, Rebecca P. 
Caudill, Regina C. 
Caudill, Richnnond I.L 
Caudill. Rrjbin 298, «3 
Caudill, Robin L. 
Caudill. Shawn 26} 
Caudill, Shirley C 
Caudill. Timothy S 414 
Caulk, ludith A, 349 
Causey, Earneu I. 
Cavenee, louann 332 
Cawood. Clenna D 
Cayton, Bonnie J. 
CAVHILL 301 
Caywood. Margaret, C 
Caywood. Paul L. 



Cecil, Donna I 
Cecil. Edward R 463 
Cecil, Cay L 
Cecil, Ralph E, 
Cecil. William E- 
Center, Luther W |r 
Cepeda. Maria B 
Chadwell. Gary L 
Chadwell. lohnny E. 
Chadwell. Ricky C 
Chaffin. Deborah 
ChaMin. Mark A. 
Chamberlain. B Clayton 350 
Chamberlin, Anne L. 277. 349 
Chamberlin, Carol M, 440 
Chambers, Date M. 
Chambers, Doris A. 
Chambers. lames C 
Chambers. Randy L. 
Chamblin. Monica I. 
Chamblin, Randall I 
Champion, lackie D 
Champion, Micci C. 
Champlain. Dorothy | 
Chan. Augustine T 349 
Chan. Carmen Wing Man 
Chan. Cheong Ho 349 
Chan. Chih Shyan 396 
Chan. Soling C 249. 415 
Chancellor. Patrioa 415 
Chandler. Annette L 
Cbandler. Linda R. 296. 463 
Chandler. Samuel W 
Chandler. William | 
Chane, Indrianasy. C K 
Chaney. Connie M. 464 
Chaney. lohn D 
Chaney. Scott W 
Chang. Chilbong 
Cbapin. lames T 
Chaplin, Kimberi, | 440 
Chapman, 



Chai 



, Ann. 



Chapman, Billy E. 
Chapman, loe 8 
Chapman, Manlyn A 463 
Chappel, David R 315 
Chappell. Cam W 
Charles. Bermece 
Charles, loseph H. 315. 415 
Charles, loyce A. 
Charles. Lloyd 
Charron. lessica M 
Chase. Mary C 
Chastain, Mark E_ 261. 280 
Chasteen. luanita A. 
Chasteen. Ronald K 
Cheap. Philip C. 272. 440 
Cheatham. Nancy L 
Cheatham. Sandra K. 440 
Cheatham. Shelia L- 
Cheek. Flossie E 
Cheek. Karen L 32B. 463 
Cheek. Ronald W 
CHEERLEADERS 160. 161 
Chen. Tai Sheng 



Ghei 
Chen, 



. Bes< 



Chenault, Palsy D. 
Chenault. William F 
Cheng. Florence O 440 
Cheng. Phyllis 349 
Cheng, Tons Kam Fai 
Cheng. Valiant C 
Cherne. Barbara G. 349 



Chei 



-463 



Cherryholmes. Debra I 399 
Cheoenak, Kristin M 
Chesnut. Bills I . Ir. 
Chesnut. Forrest C 
Chesnut. Linda CW 
Chesnut, Marie P. 
Chesser. Kenneth \ . 463 
Cheuvront. Ann L 
Cheuvront. Bradford K 
Cheuvront. Dianna L 
Chiavaras. Barbara O 
Chic. Brian M 349 
Chidester. Bertha \s 
Childers, Barbara 5 
Childers. lames M 
Childers. Linda >L 
Childers, Wanda K 
Childress. Phyllis ^- 
Cbildress. Rebecca H 
Childress, Wanda C 440 
CHI OMEC^ 334, 335 



, Patnd 



Cholak, Susan L 
ebon, Hyoung P 
ebon. Sang K. 



Index 487 



Chowning. Susan L. 



. Cha. 



Chrisman, Karen C 257 
Chnsman, VJnce D. 280, 315, 349 
Chrisiensen. Jackie I 349 
Chnsrensen. Linda C 463 
Chnsrensen, Susan C 440 
Chrisierson. Clenda C 
Chrisrian, Carol ) 463 
Chfislran, Cairma A 313 
Christian, Cheryl W. 
Chrisrian. Mary B, 463 
Chhsi.an. Pairicia S 



, Sus; 



. 215 



Christophers, Cheryl 261, 349 
Chtisiy. Bonita j. 
Chugg, Jerfrey B. 
Chugg, Melva D 
Chupka, Mary S. 
Church, William A. 
Churchill, Monika C. 
CiccarellJ, Linda J 
Ciecofka, Matthew R, 
Ciecorka, Patricia M 440 
Cinnamon. Gene G 415 

Ciolek. Robert S 440 
CIRUNA 265 
Cissell, Charloiie M, 
Civey, Mary E. 
Claggett, Ion D. 
Claiborne, Katheryn H 
Clan, Lawrence W 
Clancy. Amy U 
Clancy. Deborah K 
Clancy, lohanna R 263, 415 



Clancy, Rebecca F, 
Clancy, Terrence ^ 
Ciapp. Stephen M. 



328 



Clare, . 

Clark, Bosil B. 

Clark, Bobbie C 

Clark. Burl N 349 

Clark. Catherine L- 264, 270. 349 

Clark, Clilford T 

Clark. Cynthia I 440 

Clark, Dale G 

Clark, David A, 

Clark. David D. 

Clark, ElameC. 399 

Clark. Elijah 

Clark, Estella C 

Clark, lames R 

Clark, lames S 



Clark, Linda L 

Clark. Mark A. 
Clark. Mary C. 
Clark, Mary S 
Clark. Nancy D 
Clark. Pamela | 440 
Clark, Paula L B 
Clark. Phil>p£. 
Clark, Rickey N 
Clark, Robert B 
Clark, Robin | 327 
Clark. Ruth A. 415 
Clark. Steven G 



Clar 



. Stev. 



350 



1 M 



Clai 

Clarl 

Clarke. Marie E 415 

Clarke. Mary K, 440 

Clarke. Paula K, 

Clarke. Redge 306, 350 

Clarke. Terry L. 415 

Clarry. Scott A. 

Clary. Patncia W 

Claunch, Aleda | 246. 350 

Claunch. Connie A 

Claus, Kenneth S, 

Clausen. John R |r. 

Clausen. Katheryne A 294. 295, 332. 

415 
Clay. Betty I W 
Clay. loan R 302 
Clay, lohn E 273. 415 
Clay, Mary M 
Clay. Sheila IM. 
Clay. Sue B. 

Claybaugh, Chris A, 440 
Clayborne, Charles D 

Clayburn, Richard L- 281 
Clayton. Chnstopher 
Clayton. Danita R 463 
Clayton, Douglas H 415 
Clayton, Martha A 440 
Clayton, William K. 
Claywell. George R 
Clear. Maureen 440 
Cleeter, Connie Y 
Clemeni, David C 
Clements. Caihv C 
Clements, Daniel K. 
Clements, Judy K. 313 



298. ■ 



, Loui 

. Stewart E. 



Clephane, lackie L, 440 
Clere. Paul D, 257, 440 
Clevenger. Carol |. 463 
Clevenger, lames B- 
Clevenger. )amie A. 
Clevinger. Ricky 315, 415 
Clevinger. Rodney C- 440 
Click. Cheryl D- 313 



Click, Danny 

Click. Debra | 248, 350 

Click, Diane L 372 440 

Click, Michael E 315 

Click. Veronica T. 

Clifford, Charlene F- 

Clifton. Caria R. 440 

Cline. Arthur S. 

Cl.ne. Larry B. 

CIme. Robin E 

Clinton. Robert T. 

Close, Daniel R 350 

Closs, Pamela A 

Cloud. Patricia E. 

Clouse. Kimberly K. 

Clouse. Neal I. 

Clouse. Pamela H. 

Clouse, Wanda C. 

Cloutier. Jenifer I. 270. 275, 415 

Cloyd, Beverly A. 

Clovd. lack M, 264. 330 

Cloyd, Sharon D 

Clubb, John M. 269, 320 

Coakley, Curtis D II 

Cobb. Annette A, 

Cobb. Elizabeth I 

Cobb, Elsie L. 

Cobb. James W, 

Cobb. Joyce 

Cobb. Patricia A. 351 

Cobler. John 

Cobler, Mac 440 

Coburn, Colleen G 275, 415 

Coburn, Evelyn C 

Cocanougher, Bernadet 

Cocanougher, E Jane 

Cocanougher, James T. 

Cocanougher. Mark L 

Cochran. Cynthia S 440 

Cochran, James D, 

Cochran, Kaihy K 440 

Cochran, Sandra M 247, 277 

Cochran. Yolanda R. 
Cockerham, Deborah A. 
Cockerham. Madge O. 
Cockerham. Tom D 
Cody. Ola C 
Cody, Pamela R 
Coe. Debora 5 415 
Coello. Kimberly D 440 
Cofer, Judy L 
Cofer. Laura M 
Coffey, Donna D 



Cotfe' 



Coke., Dondld F 
Colbert, Belly P 
Colborn, Jamps f 
Coldiron, Gerald \ 



Cole, David G. 201, 27 
Cole, David M. 
Cole. Janet L 316 
Cole. Jeffrey. J. 
Cole, Jennie B 
Cole, Karen A 463 
Cole. Kaihy L 298, iZ 
Cole, Kenny W 



Cole 



elle R 



Cole, Rebecca R 
Cole. Shirley A 351 
Coleman, Cassandra H 
Coleman, Donna A 464 
Coleman. Edward C 
Coleman, Lisa 5 
Coleman, Mary A 464 
Coleman, Sandra 351, 415 
Coleman. Sandra G 
Coleman. Steven K 
Coleman. Thomas J 
Coleman, William D 440 
Coleman, William G 327. 464 
Coleman, William M 
Collett, Denver 
Colletl, Marcus 
Collett. Mason T 
Collette, Bill H 



Colle' 
Collie 



srd D 



> D, 399 
Collingwood, Gretchen 
Collingwood, Thomas R. 



Collins, Caleb Jr 

Collins, Darlene L 261, 415 

Collins, Deborah 440 

Collins, Donna 

Collins, Greg E. 315, 415 

Collins, James P 

Collins, Jimmy L. 351 

Collins. John M 

Collins, Joyce A 399 

281. 440 



Collin 



Colleen 284, 



Collins, Matt E 244 
Collins, Michael 1 328 
Collins, Pam A 266, 415 
Collins. Pairicia G 415 
Collins, Paula S 
Collins, Phyllis lean 
Collins, Randy L 415 
Collins, Rose B 
Collins, Valerie 
Collins, Willard D 



Collins, Will 



1 M 



Collins. Wll 
Collinsworih. Carole 
Collinsworlh, Darrell 
Collinsworih, Debbie 
Collinsworih, Linda M, 272 
Collopy. John D 440 



Collrain, Robert S, 464 

Colvin, James L 415 

Colwell, Wanda W 

Combs, Anna M 

Combs, Belly C- 

Combs. Bonnie L. 

Combs. Carol A. 

Combs. Carole S. 

Combs, Carolyn J, 351 

Combs, Cathy 313 

Combs, Charles W 

Combs, Craig C, 351 

Combs. Darrell 

Combs, Deborah L 

Combs, Denise O 

Combs, Diana V 

Combs, Donna M. 234, 361. 351 

Combs, Gary 

Combs. Gene M- 

Combs. Harold E. 

Combs, Harold K. 
Combs, Herchel 

Combs, Iva S- 

Combs, James C. 

Combs, James K. 441 

Combs. Janet I. 

Combs. Janet L. 

Combs, Jeffrey A. 

Combs. Jennifer J. 

Combs, Jo Ann 

Combs. John L. 

Combs, Johnny 

Combs, Judith L 

Combs, Karen S. 

Combs, Kermitt 

Combs, Kimberly A 272. 464 

Combs. Linda D 

Combs. Madonna G 
Combs, Marcia A. 351 
Combs, Mary C 415 
Combs, Melody J 
Combs. Otis 399 
Combs. Pairicia A 415 
Combs, Patricia H. 
Combs, Ramona 351 



Combs. Sally L. 415 
Combs, Samuel T 
Combs, Sandra B 
Combs. Sharon L 
Combs, Sharon L. 464 
Combs, Tammie ) 464 
Combs. Thomas D Jr 
Combs, Tom H 351 
Combs, Wade. Jr. 
Comer, Janet L 272, 415 
Comley, Patricia A. 
Compsion, Mark G. 367, 4$4 
Compton, Anne P 
Compton, Beverly I J. 
Complon, Bonila 441 
Compton, Diana L.J 275 
Conaway, Martha A.S. 
Conder, Joseph E 
Condon, Mary E. 415 
Condreva, Debra | 216, 217. 238 
Congleton, Elmer L. 

Conklin. Anthony L. 
Conkwright, Connie M 
Conkwright, Mack A. 
Conlee. Garry B. 
Conlee. Kerry L, 441 
Conley. Charily R. 
Conley, Charles R. 



Conle>. Marianna 
Conley, Michele 311 
Conley, Rebecca J 394 
Conley, Rebecca L 338 
Conley, Rex W. 
Conn. Carta A 






332, 



. David M 252, 371, 351 



Con 


ner, Deborah C 44 


Con 


ner, Donna L 


Con 


ner, Larry W 


Con 


ner, Rodney A III 


Con 


nolly. Colleen P 46. 


Con 


nor. James R 


Con 


nor, lames W 


Con 


nors, Paul E. 


Con 


over. Fern H. 


Con 


oy, David L. 


Con 


alo. Frank 320, 464 


Con 


lable, Willord W, 


Con 


lam, Anthony D 


Con 


1, loseph M 



Conyers, Elizabeth C 316, 464 



Conyers, Man D Jr 
Conyers, Sharen J. 
Cook, Darryl J. 
Cook. Debra C M 
Cook, Edward W 
Cook, Gordon F 
Cook. Gregory E. 351 
Cook. Gregory S, 441 



Cook, Michael A, 
Cook, Mildred A 
Cook, Omer D 
Cook, Pamela C 399 
Cook, Rebecca J. 464 
Cook. Rick C. 



Cook, Robert D 306 
Cook, Scoti E 
Cook, Shelby Jr 
Cook. Tami D 464 
Cook. William L 
Cooke. Cindy A 464 
Cooksey, Annette 441 
Cool. Abby f 351 
Cool, Cathie A 441 
Cool. Mark K, 
Cooley. Karen F 
Coombs. Kathryn M 
Ccomer. Bob L, 
Coomes. Cynlhia C 
Coomes, Leslie A. 399 
Coon, Thomas J 
Coons, Lynn A, 

1 H 415 



Cooi 



Cooper, Bonnie E 
Cooper, Charles M. 
Cooper, Debra 
Cooper, Jackie D 
Cooper, Jacqueline R 

Cooper, John P. 239, 256, 257. 

351 
Cooper, Kathleen A. 
Cooper, Katrina K. 273, 351 
Cooper, Linda W 
Cooper, Melvin D 325, 399 



Coope 


Paula S. 415 


Coope 


Penny A 


Coope 


Roland D 


Coope 


Ronald B. 


Coope 


Silas E. 


Coope 


Valarie E, 415 


Cooler 


Frances A. 


Copela 


d. Cassandra L 


Copley 


Gary B 


Copley 


Pam 


Coppo 


k, Patsy C 


Corbel 


Catherine L 


Corbey 


Robert J Jr 415 


Corbin, 


Anne W, 


Corbin, 


Debra A 275. 41 


Corbm, 


Tommie D 


Corcora 


n. Cynthia A L 


Corcora 


n, Mark A 


Cord, George G 


Cordery 


Isham S 276 


Cordle. 


Larry E 


Corey, 




Cormney, Larry C 


Cornell 


on, Brenda G 


Corneli 


on. James A 


Cornell 


on, Tanya C 


Corneli 


s, James R 


Cornell 


s, Melva A 


CorneliL 


s. Ruby J 


Cornell 


Barbara L 


Cornell 


Carmen D 265, 


Cornell 


Charles L. 


Cornell 


Deborah D. 441 


Cornell 


Dixie D 


Cornell 


Douglas W. 



Cornell! Lilly B 



Cornell, Susan J 441 
Cornell. Tambra K 
Cornell. Teressa F 464 



Corns, Linda J 
Cornwell. Robyn E 
Correll, Rebecca L 
Correll. Shern Lynn 



Corson. Barbara J 351 
Conner, Katherine L 
Cofum, Dons 
Corum. George D 
Corum, lo Ann 293, 351 
Corum, Kimberly L 
Cosby. Kevin W. 
Cosby, Mary Linda 373. 281, 464 
Cosby, Roy L. 
Cosella, Bruce 320 
Cosker, Kim N 464 
Costanzo, James C 
Costelle, Joan M 464 
Costello, Timothy |. 351 
Colhfon, David R 
Cotlingham, Thomas J. 



? 252 



Colto, , 

Cotio 
Cotton, Jean A 351 
Cottpne, Robert A. 
Couch, Anna M 464 
Couch, Brenda K. 275, 416 
Couch, Brenda P 
Couch, Deborah C 464 
Couch, Dennis A. 
Couch. Elben W 
Couch, Eva O 
Couch, Lisa J 
Couch, Lonnie D. 



252, 274. 416 
Coullias. Nicholas G, 
Coulter. Deborah A. 
Coulter, Garry W 



Courtney, Steven R 
Courts, Dennis R 328 
Couture, David A 
Couture. Stephen A. 



Covey, Carl 351 
Covey, Deborah K. 
Covey, Fannie F. 
Covey, Joyce M. 
Covinglon, Brock R 273 
Covington. Cynthia A. 
Covington, Susan H, 
Cowan, Jeff C 
Cowan, lerrold T, 



1 Nao 



Cow 
Cowan, Peggy L 
Cowden. Elaine K, 
Cowee. Ronald T, 
Cowell. Craig E 
Cowell. Michele 416 
Cowherd, Frances M. 
Cox, Alan B 
Cox. Barbara C 
Cox, Barbara D 
Cox, Betly C 



Cox, 



enda 



Cox, Bruce I 180, 271 
Cox. Charles 301 
Cox. Charles C. 
Cox, Charles W. 
Cox, Clay F- 



Cox. David B- 
Cox, Debra F. 441 
Cox, Delphia M 
Cox, Donna F 464 
Cox. Donna S, 

Cox! Earline R 
Cox, Elizabeth F 
Cox, Eric G 
Cox, Frances L 
Cox. Glenn E 
Cox, Harold S, 
Cox, Jacqueline L 396 
Cox, lames H 
Cox, James L 
Cox, lames M, 
Cox. lane E 311, 328 
Cox. Janice F 
Cox, lohn L 
Cox, Juanita W. 
Cox. Kaner K 
Cox, Karen J 396 
Cox. Katherine J 
Cox. Kathy L. 441 
Cox. Kathy L 464 
Cox, Kenneth L 
Cox, Linda C 



Cox. 



. 397 



Cox, Mark T. 

Cox. Martha P 

Cox. Michael A. 328, 464 

Cox, Michael L 325. 329 

Cox. Pamela C 

Cox, Pamela D 329 

Cox, Pamela H 

Cox, Patricia L 398 

Cox, Peggy C 464 

Cox. Peggy J, 

Cox, Randall S 

Cox, Randy E. 

Cox. Raymond 

Cox, Richard W. 129, 416 

Cox, Ricky S. 277. 433, 464 

Cox. Robert L Jr 259, 301, 416 

Cox. Shannon |, 441 

Cox, Sheryl A. 363, 351 

Cox, Shirley J 

Cox, Steve S 

Cox, Teresa S 441 

Cox, Timothy M. 

Cox, Virginia L, 441 
Coy, Hugh M. 
Coy, Peggy M 351 
Coy. Steven M, 
Coyle. Bobbi E, 
Coyle, George P 
Coyle, Linda J 
Coyle, Marvin A 351 
Coyle, Perry G 

Crabb.Anne P 
Crabb, George W 
Crabb, Marsha L 278. 416 
Crabtree, Danny C 313, 416 
Crablree. Janan K 
Crabtree, Karl W 

Crabtree,' Mitzi M 
Crabtree, Sherry 5. 



Craddock, Vicki L. 

Craft, Dave L. 

Craft, Debra R 441 

Craft. Donna G 

Crafi, Marshell 351 

Craft, Martha S.M. 

Craft, Rodrick G. 

Craft, Teresas, 313, 416, 464 

Crafton, David A. 266, 416 

Crafton. Katherine L 416 

Craig. Beverly W 

Craig, Dana L. 

Craig, Janel D. 275, 416 

Craig, Jeffrey A. 

Craig, Jess G 

Craig, Mickey R. 351 

traig, r 

:raig, : 

352 

Craig, Theresa P. 416 
Crane, Darrell K, 
Crank, Raymond J. 
Crapsey, Robert S,306 
Craven, Constance S 161, 301, 416 
Craven. Dennis P 301, 352 
Cravens, Barbara E 

Cravens. Patricia A. 441 
Graver. Steven S, 
Crawford. Calvin D. 
Crawford, Connie F 
Crawford. Daniel 
Crawford. Hazel J. 
Crawford, Joseph £. 
Crawford. Leslie K. 397 
Crawford, Marcia L, 416 
Crawford, Roy L. 
Crawford, Samuel 266, 397 



488 Index 



Crawford. Shelby C- 
Crawley, Ronald D. 
Craycrafi, Mark T. 315 
Craycraft, Stephen 
Creager, loseph A. 
Creamer, EKie 248 
Creasy, Howard T 464 
Creech, Bruce M 270, 416 
Creech. Frank ) |r 416 
Creech. Harold D 
Creech, leffery C 464 
Creed, Joseph K 416 
Creek. Joyce K. 
Creekmore, Car! W 
Creekmore, Dennis R 209 
Creekmore, Karen B 
Creger, Randolph W 
Cress. Herbert H 
Cressman. Robert M 252, 352 
Crelaro. loanne 
Crews, Henretla C 464 
Crietzberg, Agnes. 202 
Crigler. Shirley L 
Crispen, Melvin F 352 
Crist. Chana R 
Crockett, Jeannetti 
Crockett. Mark S. 
Cromer, Brenda K 



Curlsinger, Barbara G, 273, 465 
Curlsmger, Wanda |, 271, 273. 274, 416 
Cutchall, Bridget B, 352 
Cuticchia, Ava A. 264, 441 



W 



Crook, Alison A. 
Crooks, Lionel C 416 
Cross, Cary L, 267, 464 

CROSS COUNTRY, MENS 208. 209 
CROSS COUNTRY, WOMENS 210, 211 
Crosswaii, loan P 



Crouch. Mell W. Ir. 
Crouch, Timothy A 2 
Croucher, Raymond ^ 



icher. 



ndell 



Crow. Julie A 
Crow, Mary E. 416 
Crowder Vicke R 464 
Crowdus, Robin E 441 
Crowe. Mice I 464 
Crowe. lames D 441 
Crowe, leanne L 



Crumbacker, Andy D 464 
Crumbie, Tony W 464 
Crume. Caria D 246, 261, 335, 

Crump, Dale A. 
Cruse, Nancy |, 313 
Cruse, Betty B. 
Cruse, Charles C 
Cruse, David D 306, 352 
Cruse, Floyd A. II 
Cruse, lohn W 266, 352 
Cruse, Sylvia |. 
Cruse, Vickie R.C 352 
Crush, Mary C. 
Crutcher, Anna H 
Cruicher, Glyndon S 
Cryer. Nancy B 
Crysler, Frederick S 
Cuddy, lana S 
Culbenson, Brian W 416 
Culbrelh, Debbre K 441 
Cull, Debora AW 141, 352 
Cullen, Carol L 441 
Cullers, Larry W 
Culley, Wallace H 
Cully. 



, Terrt 

. Cynth 



. 352 



Cumbee, Cil W 
Cumley, Virginia K. 39 
Cummins, Gregory T 



Cu 


mpl 


on, Ron | 




Cu 


ndiff, Brenda M 




Cu 


ndiff, Cathy 49, 352 




Cu 


ndil 


■(, Donald L, |r 




Cu 


ndrl 


■I, Gregory W 




Cu 


ndifl. Kennelh C 




Cu 


ndill, Teresa A 




Cu 


nnii 


igham, Billie W 




Cu 


nnii 


^gham, Debbie 




Cu 


nnii 


ngham, lames L 




Cu 


nningham. )oyce E. 


302 


Cu 


nni 


ngham, Kaihleei 




Cu 


nnii 


ngham, Laurie A, 


Cu 


rl, Debra K, 352 




Cu 


rl, Timothy D 315 




Cu 


rley 


, Cary W 325 




Cu 


rlis. 


lohn W 




Cu 


rlis. 


Penny L 




Cu 


rnu 


tie, Charles E 




Cu 


rrar 


1, Colleen E 




Cu 


rrar 


,, Larry D 441 




Cu 


rrar 


1, Leslie 1 297 




Cu 


rrar 


t, Margaret A 1 




Cu 


rrer 


1, Kevin K 196, 


243, 441 


Cu 


rrer 


IS, William L 




Cu 


rrer 


It, Tommy B 




Cu 


Trie 


r, Catherine R 


441 


Cu 


rry. 


Amanda L H. 




Cu 




Donald K 247, 


266, 272, 


416 






Cu 


■rry. 


Cary B 281, 465 


Cu 


irry. 


Harry ) Ir 




Curry, 


!o Ann 




Cu 


irry. 


Lila L. 465 




Cu 


irry. 


Lori A 




Cu 




Mary E 275, 41 


6 


Curry, 


Melanie A 2B1 


,416 


Cu 


irry. 


Meribelh 465 




Curry, 


Saundra 5 465 




Cu 








Cu 


inis! 


Cris E 180, 441 




Cu 


irtis. 


franklin C, 




Curtis, 


londa L. 




Cu 


irtis. 


Richard F, 




Cu 


irlis! 


Tammy S. 




Cu 


inis! 


Thomas 1. 





— D— 



Dabney. Cheryl L 465 
Dabney, David G. 
Dabney. Mary S 416 
Dalfrcn. Lewis M jr 
Daffron, Sharon 
Dahlgren, David V 297 
Dahlgren Deborah A 297 
Dailey. Charles E. 
Dailey. Danny ) 
Dailey, David B 306. 465 
Dailey, Gary L 352 
Dailey, Ian D 
Dailey. Lisa C 465 
Dailey, Michael B. 441 
Dailey. Tamara R 441 
Dailey, Terry L. 252, 271, 352 
Daines. Mary L 
Daley. )ohn B 

Daley, Michael A. 256. 257, 29 
330, 352 



Dallo 



larbar 



Dalton. Bernard H 

Dalion, Christine L 332, 352 

Dalton, David P 

Dalton. Eddie L 

Dalion. Lamoin D 

Dalton, Stephanie L 

Daly, Lowes 

Daly, Marcus 

Dalzell. William A. 263. 271, 416 

Damico, Beth A. 465 

Damico, Steven | 269, 441 



Dam 



. Che' 




This year, the EKU van transported females from Alumni Coliseum to 
their dorms in an effort to provide more safety to the co-eds. 



Damron. Jeffrey R 


Davis. Kathi L 248, 352 


Dearner, Mary L 


Derrer, Leslie K 465 


Dan, Beckv J 121 


Davis, Kathleen R 


Dearth, Scott E- 


Derrick. Diane I 251. 273. 442 


DANCE THEATRE 277 


Davps, Keith C 


Dealherage, Ronald W 309 


Derringer. Sara R 


Danelak. Bettma L 


Davis. Kendal |. 


Dealon. Bennett W 


Derfington, Ruth D 


Daniel. Deborah K 


Davis, Lee A, 


Deaton, Cathy S. 353 


Derry, Victoria L 


Daniel. Lois W 


Davis, Linville 


Dealon, Fred 


Desahtis. Nina M. 


Daniel. Lowell K 294. 314, 315. 


Davis, Lisa L. 352 


Deaton, Iris J. 


Deshazer. James A 297, 320 


352 


Davis, Luann 


Deaton, Lisa M. 397 


Deshon. Jeffrey C 


Daniel, Nancv 144 


Davis, Luanne 262, 442 


Deaton, Sandra J 


Desimone. Russell A. 


Daniel. Paula M 


Davis, Lullv ). 


Deaton, Valerie B 


Desimone. Sieve A. 


Daniel. Robert E 


Davis, Margaret A 


Debell, Cynthia J 397 


Desimone. Vincent L. 


Daniels, lames B 


Davis. Marion H. 


Debell, Steven L. 3^3 


Deskins, Kathy R_ 


Daniels. Karen M 


Davis, Mariorie E 442 


Deboer, |anel M 


Deskins, Marie F. 


Daniels, Kimberly S 


Davis. Mary K 416 


Debord. Ralph S 


Deskins. Sandra S 


Daniels. Pamela A 416 


Davis, Melanie K. 465 


Deborde. Betty I 


Deskins. Thorn G 


Daniels. Susan L 245, 335, 352 


Davis. Melissa I 


Deborde. Jennifer | 


Desloover. Janel M. 


Danko, lohn |. II 352 


Davis. Michael G. 


Debra, Lisa D 465 


Despain. Mike L 319 


Dapkus. Constance D. 


Davis, Michael W 


Debusk, D. Scott 


Despard, Lynn A. 253. 354 


Dapper, Cheryl M. 270, 465 


Davis. Murrell L. 352 


Decandia, Anthony W, 


Despard. Nancy R. 


Dapron. David F 


Davis. Natalie Q. 


Decandia, Scott X. 


Destein. Suzanne 313. 327 


Darby. Michael I. 


Davis, Patricia A. 352 


Decaro. Rosemary T 


Detoma, Mark ,A_ 


Darby. Thomas A |r, 180 


Davis, Richard A 352 


Decastro. Peter F |r 


Devary. Deborah |. 


Darcy, Michael P 


Davis, R.ckyA 


Decker, William B 320 


Develin, \avne A 354 


Daring, Doug 330 


Davis, Robert F. 


Decuir. David C. 270, 416 


Devera, |im A. 


Darland, Lou M 


Davis, Robert G 


Dedeaux. Jon L 


Devere, Robin H, 


Darr. Michael E 330 


Davis, Robert K 


Dedman. Charles C- 


Devereu». Margaret S 465 


Darren, Tonita 275 


Davis, Robert L. 


Deel. Elizabeth A 465 


Devine. Don P 


Darsi. Kitty Y 


Davis, Sandra L. 


Deering. John K 397 


Devine, \^rk W 315 


Das. Suresha S. 352 


Davis, Sharon L. 465 


Deering. Kenneth S, 


Devine. Marsha C. 298, 465 


Dash, Sandra M. 352 


Davis, Sophia S 397 


Deenng. Laura A 264, 442 


Devlin. Douglas M, 301 


Dastmalchian, Rhonda 


Davis, Sylvia S- 


Dees, Danny S, 


Devoe. rMyra J 417 


Daugherly, Diane H. 


Davis, Tamera D 


Dees, Darrell W, 


Devoid. James A. 


Daugherty, Dorothy M 


Davis, Tammy S. 


Defew, Karen S 


Oevore. Estell L 464 


Daugherty, Elizabeth 


Davis. Teri A 242, 327. 416 


Degrella, Sharon L 


Devore. Karen M 3>4 


Daugherly, Gail B. 


Davis. Terrell A. 247. 353 


Deing, Vera E 327 


Deweese. Kimberly K 


Daugherty, Garland O 


Davis. Terri L 297 


Dejai. Trilor 


Deweese. Tim W. 306. 3S4 


Daugherry, Larry D 


Davis. Timothy L. 


Dejarnette, Jan E, 


Dewey, Cindy. 277 


Daugherty, Mark E 


Davis. Vincenta W. 


Deianey. John M. 


Dewey. Donald. 277 


Daugherty, Roger W 


Davts. William E 


Delaney, Sandra S 


Dewey, John 277 


Daugherty. Shirley A 


Davis, Volanda S 


Delk, Linda R 


Dewey. Mar> A. 


Daugherty. Tera 268 


Davison. Earlene 


Dellavalle, Glenn R 


Dewiit, Catherine W 266, 281, 


Daugherty, Thelma J, 


Davy, Jenny LW 


Deltenbaugh. Samuel E 


Dewiii. Douglas G 


Daugherty, William E. 


Dawkrns. Michael C 301, 465 


Delmar, Deborah A 


Dewiti, Patnda A 


Daulton. Sonya R 


Dawkins, Nina J 240 


Delph, Mona R 


Dewiit. Sandra C- 26i 442 


Daum, Cretcfien E 


Dawson. Brenda S. 442 


Delprmce. Alice E 


Dexler, Ella M.K, 


Daunhauer, Carol 1 441 


Dawson, Deborah L 


DELTA OMICRON 285 


Dexter, lulie A- 


Davenport, Elsie K 352 


Dawson, Elbert A 


DELTA PSI KAPPA 252 


Deyo. Janice C. 


Davenport, Gary E. 


Dawson, [anel R. 


DELTA UPSILON 304, 305 


Dezarn. Debra L 


Davenport, |ohn D 294 


Dawson, Keith L 280, 442 


Demaree. George W 353 


Dezarn. Don 


Davenport, |udith S 


Dawson, Lawrence F. 


Demmler, Hollice A. 245 


Dezoli, Ernest M. 


Davenport, Scott V 309 


Dawson, Mark R, 


Dempsey, loan E, 248, 263, 353 


Dicaprio. Robert L 


Davidson, Frances L. 


Dawson. Patricia R 355 


Dempsey, Moira S 277. 442 


Dick. Barbara S. 264 


Davidson, Jane M. 441 


Dawson. Regina L. 


Dempsey. Sleven P. 277 


Dick. Bovd C- 


Davidson, Joan L, 397 


Dawson. Siacy J. 281,465 


Denham. Lisa K 353 


Dick. Michael |. 272. 280, 464 


Davidson, Lisa A, 


Day, Betty R. 


Denham. Shirley R. 


Dick, Shirley A. 


Davidson, Martha B. 


Day, Darrell E 128, 285 


Denlinger, Marvin D 


Dickens. Mar>- M. 


Davidson, Pamela D. 441 


Day, David L, 


Dennev, Anna E. 


Dickens. Susan T. 


Davidson. Patty A. 


Day, David T. 


Denney, Darrell C. 


Drckerson. Anita D, 397 


Davidson. Paul D, 


Day, Ernie W, 


Denney, Deborah A 353 


Dickerson. Billy A. 


Davidson, William T. 


Day, janel S- 135 


Denney, Donald R 


Dickerson. David E. 


Davies, Catherine S 


Day. John N, 259, 353 


Denney, Edwin L 


Dickerson. Mar\ A 278 


Davies, lohn P 67 


Day. Keith 


Denney. Crider V 


Dickerson. Mary K 


Davies, lohn P 


Day. Larry H. 353 


Denney. Karen V 


Dicker«)n, Richard A 


Davies, Matthew E 286. 288, 416 


Day. Laura M. 353 


Denney. Kirk D. 265. 277, 285 


Dickerson. Shern L 


Davis. Ben 


Day, Linda C 442 


Denney. Mark A, 


Dickev. Margaret \ 


Davis. Brian C 


Day, Lynlon D 


Denney, Rebecca A. 


DicWhaus. Marv L 


Davis. Brian P. 243 


Day. Michael J. 


Denney. Sandra K.C, 


Dickie. Charlene V 


Davis, Bruce C 


Day, Susan M, 


Denning, Susan M 


Dickman. Darlene M 


Davis, Burchell 


Dayer. Susan I. 


Dennis, Andrew S. 353 


Dickson. Janice E- 334 


Davis, Carol A 


Dayton, Kay t. 


Dennis, Cynthia E 


Dickson, lean M. 217 


Davis, Carroll W 


De Hoop, Wietse 


Dennis. Danny C 


Dieckmann. Susan B. 354 


Davis, Charles E, |r 197, 198, 199 


Deaeth. Joyce R. 


Dennis. Debra C 


Dieffenbach, Richai^ 


Davis, Cindra L 


Deal, Ann B. 


Dennis, Debra L 


Diehl. Judv C. 


Davis, Cindy E 416, 465 


Deal, Cheryl S 


Dennis. Michael L. 


Diehl. Larry C 


Davis, Constance L. 261. 416 


Dean, Callie B. 


Dennis, Ralph 


Diehl. Lisa J. 465 


Davis. Danny 266. 441 


Dean, Chnsly L 442 


Dennis, Ralph E 


Diek, Barbara B 


Davis. David A 


Dean, Debra A. 


Dennis, Regina ^ 465 


Diem. Carol E. 1^0. 354 


Davis. David R. 


Dean, Glenn W, 


Dennison. Ellen M G. 


Diemer, Alan \\ 


Davis. Oelphia M. 276, 441 


Dean. Cordon E. 


Denny, Donna S 296 


Diemer. Carolyn L- 


Davis. Denita C 276 


Dean, [effry L. 


Denny. Steven 


Diemer, lanice L. 


Davis. Dennis K. 


Dean. Kenneth A. 


Denton, Marsha S M. 


Diemer. Ronald L 


Davis, Diane C 316, 465 


Dean, Marcia L. 


Denton. Russell R, 330 


Dietrich. Teresa A. 


Davis, Eloise 


Dean. Michael D. 


Denzinger, Catherine 2.2. 354 


Dihrkop, David L 180 


Davis, Fred 337 


Dean, Ritchie W- 


Denzinger, Claudia M 24Z 264, 354 


Dilaura. Marv A. 316. 417 


Davis, Gait C. 


Dean, Ronald E. 247 


Denzler, Lori A, 


Dillen. Lisa A. 327 


Davis, Gayle H. 


Dean, Ruth F. 


Depenbrock, Tim P 


Dillman. Richard E. 


Davis, Harry W. 


Dean, Sydney E 


Depnest. Paul D 


Dillon. Debbie A. 261 


Davis, Hazel L, 


Dean, Thomas M. 


Derham, Donald E- 


Dillon. lane F. 396 


Davis, Hugh M, 441 


Dearen. Douglas |. 294, 416 


Derickson. Henry 


Dillon. NortTH J. 442 




Dearing, Mary |. 332, 442 


Derickson, Robert T 


Dillow. Constance E. 


Davis, lames T- 


Dearing, Melinda K. 416 


Derifield, Kelly M 


Dilon, Debbie 465 


Davis, lohn O 


Dearing, Robert M. 281 


Dernovshek. Ellen R. 261, 416 


Dils, Nomia M. 


Davis, ludiih A 


Dearing, Sandra S, 


Dernovshek. lay E. 


Dimimou. Gregory 


Davis, Juwanna C, 294, 303 


Dearmger. Gregory A. 


Derossett. Roby L. 11 


Dimond. Neil |. 


Davis, Karla B 335 


Dearinger. Yvonne R 


Derossitl Gary W, 


Dingus. Sharyn P, 


Davis, Kalherine E. 


Dearmond, lames E. |r. 


Derrer, Kimberly A. 417 


Diodonei. Heaor 



Index 489 



Dirdlei 


Wes 269 






Diseke 


Andrew I, 






Dishma 


n, ludy L 






Disney, 


Deborah M 


263 


<17 


Dispon 


n, Karel LB 






Disller, 


Suzanne M 


297, 


417 


Disller, 


Tim \ 250, 


354 





Dix. Luster M. ]r. 
Din, Valerie L. 417 
Dixon, David A. 323 
Dixon. Hershel |r. 



Dixon, Larry K, 

Dixon, Martha C, 

Dixon, Mary E. 

Dixon, Moniie M, 

Dixon, Owen L 

Dixon, Tammy ). 313 

Dixon, Teresa L. 

Dixon, Timoihy M, 294, 304, 442 

Dixon. Trina Y. 

Do, Hanh M. 465 

Doak. Isabella S. 

Doan, Penny L. 

Doane, Anthony W, 

Dockery, Steven E. 

Dodge, Gregory C. 198. 465 

Dodge. Nancy P. 

Dodson, Donald R. 

Dodson, Cenie E,P 

Dodson. Kimberly A 212. 465 

Dodson, William R 

Doggendort. Robert M 

Doheriy. lohn R. 236, 2W, 295. 

354 
Dohmen. Ellen L 
Doker, Lawrence B 442 
Dolan, Julie A, 297. 417 
Dolbow, Kaihy M. 328, 465 
Dolen, Ronald E. 
Doll. Mary H. 
Doll, Maryann 465 
Dollar, lulia D. 
Dollar, Robert S, 247, 354 
Dollins, Clay W. 
Dollins. Sandra W 
Domenech. Maria T 256. 257, 335, 



Donahue, lames D 323, 442 
Donaldson, )o A_ 
Donaldson, Paul L Jr 465 
Donaldson. Sarah M 
Donin, Bernard C. 259 
Donilhan, Larry T. 
Donnelly, Edward T. 
Donoho, lane 
Donohue, Mary L 
Donovan, |ohn S- 
Donta, Kennelh Jr 
Dooley, Virki L 
Doolm, Vicki P 247. 266. 354 
Dore. Rhonda L- 
Dorn, William D, 
Dorris. Aprile W 417 
Dorns. Mary F 354 

Dorsey, Montca L 
Dorton, |ohn R 
Dosseti. Robin A. 465 
Dosseit. Terry D 332. 417 
Dotson. Anna L 
Dolson, Catherine D 284, 442 
Dotson. Elizabeth 
Doison. Gary D 267. 417 
Dotson. leffery H, 354 
Dotson. loann H 
Dotson, Pamela A. 442 
Doison. Robin D 442 
Dotson, Sanlord N 
Dougherty, Tara L. 417 
Doughman, leffery A, 
Doughman, |ohn W, 
Doughty. Richard E. 
Doughty. Shyrleen E, 
Douglas. Bonnie H 
Douglas, Carletta S. 



Douglas, Cathy R. 442 

Douglas, David C 

Douglas, Debbie L. 

Douglas, Debra I, 

Douglas, Donald R- 

Douglas. leMrey A. 

Douglas, limmy £. 

Douglas, Linda M, 465 

Douglas. Linda R 

Douglas, Maleena V 261, 465 

Douglas, Pamela K 

Douglas, Rodney S. 266, 336 

Douglas. Sharon L, 

Douiaz, Lynn M 264. 279, 417 

Douihii, Edward L 

Dowd. ^nson S 

Dowd, Susan M 

Dowds, Brian 

Dowell, Bobby W. 

Downey, John W, 442 

Downey. Roseann N. 

Downing, Herschel D. 

Downing. Richard C. 320, 355 

Downing, Toni B 

Downs. George D. 

Doyle. Carta I 258, 273, 279. 



Drake. Gregory A 
Drake, Linda R, 
Drake, Margaret E 
Drake. Michael A, 
Drake. Roger D 
Drake, Willard A 
Drangeid, Elm 442 
Draper. Ph.llip D 
Drennen, Katherme W. 
Drennen, Mary T. 
Drennen, Patricia i, 298 
Driesman, Rebecca A. 273, 4 
Dfiskill, Tratv L 465 
Drnek, David W 
Droddv, Earl I 

Druniy.'Mike 309 
Drury, Pamela A. 442 
Dube, Allen G 
Dube. Sharon A, 
Dudgeon, Henrietta 442 
Dudley. Kathy L 249. 417 
Duerson, Elizabeth A 
Duerson, Winfred E 
Du(f, Alger B 
Duff, lack O 
Duff. Ray A. 248. 417 
Duff, Robert A 
Duff, Thomas L 280 
Duffy, Sally M 
Duiour, Rita ) F 
Dugan. Louisa C 205 
Dugge., Patrina L 262, 355 
Duke, Douglas R 
Duke, Henrietta S 
Duke, Mark R 325 
Dukes, Consiance R. 
Dukes, Gary | 301 
Dummer. Debbie L 311 
Dunagan, Larry L 
Dunagan, Margaret T, 
Dunavenr. Barton I, 
Dunaveni. Philip V, 301 
Dunawav, Angela H 
Dunaway, Joy D 
Dunaway. Phyllis G 



Duncan, Carey D 
Duncan, Darryl L 
Duncan, Elizabeth | 



"One little, two little, three little 



Duncan 


Gregg A. 


Duncan 


Larry A, 


Duncan 


Larry L, 


Duncan 


Mark E, 


Duncan 


Michael R. 


Duncan 


Otvier O 


Duncan 


Richard M 


Duncan 


Sandra |.S 355 


Duncan 


Shirley G 205 


Duncan 


Timothy W 


Duncan 


Tommy D 


Duncan 




Dunford, Rodney C, 355 


Dunhan 


, Steve A. 315 


Dunkin 


Mittie D, 


Dunkle 


Roben I |r 325. 355 


Dunlap 


Charles R 


Dunlap 


Deborah 1 261, 355 


Dunlev 


Cynthia L, 397 


Dunlev 


. Daniel |. 180 



— E— 



Dunn, Benjamin C 294, 325, 442 

Dunn, Darcy P 316, 261 

Dunn, Denise 442 

Dunn, Derrick F 465 

Dunn, Duke 417 

Dunn, Durell 397 

Dunn, Kim V. 355 

Dunn, Leisha R. 

Dunn, Maurice E 

Dunn, Mervin 

Dunn, Rick V 320 

Dunn, Stephen L 264 

Dunn, Stephen S 

Dunn, Waller O 

Dunn, William K. 

Dunnigan, Jacqueline 

Duplain, William A Jr 

Dupuy, Dana E 277 

Duraney, Marion M 



Durben, Daniel J 206, i 
Durbin, Carl M 
Durbin, Debbie ). 442 
Durbin, Clenna M, 
Durbin, lames R 
Durbin, Molly A 
Durbin, Palricia D 417 
Durbin, Sarah B H 



Dur! 
Ourhai 



, lanic 



, Barbarc 



Durham, David I 



Durham, Mary C, 
Durham, Mallhew I 
Durham, Richard E. 
Durham, Robert D 

, Russell P |r 



Durf 



, She! 



335 



Durham, William B 465 

Dusenbery, Dianne L 44; 
Dusing, Judith T 466 
Dusing, Linda M, 
Dusing, Mary ) 
Dullon, lenniler L 397 
Dulton, Rulh t 
Duvall, Kevin A. 



Duvi 



largerv J 302 
ichelle 442 



Duvall, Robert T Jr 397 
Duvall, Roy K. 
Duvall, Sandra S. 442 
Duvall, Susan E 280, 466 
Duvall, Viaoria L 284, 442 
Dwyer, Edward W 
Dwyer, John N 301, 417 
Dwyer, Joseph C. 
Dyal, Tom H, 
Dye, Elizabeth A 355 
Dye, lane E 466 
Dye, Tammy S 466 




Eads. Cad W 
Eads, David W 
Eads, Mark D 
Eager, Virginia A 289, 290, 

417 
Earley, Richard S. 466 
Earleywine, Cindy I 417 
Earls, Peggy S 
Earlywine, Lisa A 228 
Earnest, letf M 
Earnest, William P 315 



EasI 



, Deboi 



311 



Easom, Katie 
Eason, lames D 442 

East, Marlin D 249, 273, 355 

Easl, Sidney L 417 

Easter, Elizabeth P 

Easterling, John D. 

Easterling, Lois C, 

Eastham. Howard W 

Eastham, Odell 

Eastman, Noah W |r 150 

Easlon, John M 

Easlridge, Maurice L, 466 

Eaton, Ann M 248, 355 

Eaton, David B 

Eaton, Timothy J 466 

Eaton, Timothy I 

Ebert, Lisa M 466 

Ebrahtm, Zarneh A 

Eckerle, John W 

Eckerman, Douglas E, 

Eclon, Latisha 

Eclon, Susan K 

Eddins, Rodney L 

Eddrington, Nathan L 336, 355 

Edelen, Ann C 355 

Edelen, Lou A 245, 273 442 



, Mai 



251 



Edel 

Edelen, Rhonda I 

Eden, Harold D 

Eden, Kalhy A 466 

Eden, Sharon D 

Edgington, Richard L 355 

Edier, Allison R 466 

Edmon, lames M 

Edmon, Susan R 198, 243, 355 

Edmonds, Carol S 355 

Edmonds, Laurie L 280, 297, 442 

Edmonds, Yvonne L, 302, 355 

Edmondson, lacqueline 244, 265 

Edmondson, Jeffrey L. 

Edmundson, William R, 

Edwards, Ara C 

Edwards, Donald O 

Edw.-rds, Gene D 

Edwards, Gregory D, 265, 466 



Edw 


ards, Kathy I 466 


Edw 


ards, Ljwrence V 


Edw 


ards, Maloy G 


Edw 


ards, Marcia R. 


Edw 


ards, Mark C 


Edw 


ards, Marsha L 


Edw 


ards, Mary P, 


Edw 


ards, Micheal S. 


Edwards, Nancy AS. 


Edwards, Neal 328 


Edw 


ards, Nora D. 


Edwards, Ray 355 


Edw 


ards, Robert E Ir 269 


Edw 


ards, Roger D 


Edw 


ards, Stephen N 


Edw 


ards, Susan B 


Edw 


ards, Susan C 281 


Edwards, Thomas L. 


Edw 


ards, Timothy W, 


Edw 


ards, Tracy D. 417 


Edw 


ards, Ursula E. 


Edw 


ards, Wendell 


Effle 


r, lanice M. 417 


tffle 


r, ludith A 355 


Egel 


ton, Lisa A 251 


Egg 


eslon, Gayle 1 


Ehn 


s, Lynn M 


Eich 


enberger, William 


Eld, 


Monirah A 


Eile 


, Robert A 267, 442 


Eigelbach, Brian M 


Eige 


nberg, Helen M 247, 355 


Eiler 


David E 417 


Ems 


ein, Karen D 


Ekiu 


nd, Virginia R 


Elam 


Bernice B 


Elam 


loe D 


Elam 


Timothy K 


Elbert, lames F 


Elbert, Lawrence D 355 


Elde 


, Cindra C 417 


Elde 


, Delbert J 


Elde 


, Linda K 397 


Elde 


, Mary L, 442 


Elde 


, Nancy L 214, 215, 251 


Eldo 


, Rosalyn C 


Eldredge, Donna L 


Eldr 


dge, Bennie R 


Eldr 


dge. Earl, B Jr 


Eldndge, James O 


Eldr 


dge, Roy S 


Elea 


Louie H 


Elery 


Paula M 


Elfer 


ng, Gary M. 


Elfers, Cheryl L, 355 


Elkayekh, Miloud B. 


Elkin 


s, Debra L. 355 


Elkin 


s, George D Ir 


Elkin 


s, Kimberly | 440 


Elkm 


s, Mary L 


Ellar 


, Cecil A 


Ellic 


, Dons 1 


Ellin 


sworth, Vivian 


Ellington, Elaine R 


Ellio 


t, Brian N 280 


Ellio 


t, Charles E 


Ellio 


t, David T 


Ellio 


t, Elizabeth A 397 


Ellio 


t, Elizabeth R 


Ellio 


, Glenda S 


Ellio 


, loan M. 247, 266, 443 





1, Mary 397 






1, Mary A. 
1, Maxine R 




eIno 


1, Michael L 
1, Oil L 






t, Robert M 


440 


Ellio 


t, Robert M 


440 


Ellio 


t, Robert W 


285 


Ellio 


t, Roseann B 




Ellio 


t, Steven D 




Ellis 


Enid C 




["is 


EvaC 
Kelli L 161 




Ellis 


Marilyn | 





Ellis, Michai 

Ellison, Danny M 

Elmy, Gale M. 298, 417 

Elsberry, Christopher 267, 288, 289, 



Embry, Donald W 
Embry, Kenneth T 336, 355 
Embry, Patricia L 396 
Embry, Theresa G 



merson, David K 
mery, Gail S, 238, 294, 295, 
311, 355 



Emmerl, Cheryl L 
Emmill, Evelyn J 466 
Emmons, Kelle B 
Emody, Myron 443 
Emory, Lillian RS 
Endicoti, lack Jr 
England, Cathy L 
England, Connie S.B. 
England, Donna C. 417 
England, Pamela S. 417 
England, Russell E 
England, Timothy E 
Engle, Allen D 
Engle, Bruce 
Engle, Diane 356 
Engle, Stephanie L, 
Engleit, Christopher 443 

Englert, Sharon A. 443 

Englerl, Sharon M. 443 

English, Beverly A. 

English, Lisa C 327, 417 

Enloe, Kennelh C 

Enlow, Anthony C 304, 390 

Ennert, Cheryl L 258 

Ensey, Dean C 

ENSEMBLE 276 

Ensey, loanne S 

Enzweiler, Michael P 

Enzweiler, Sharon R 466 

Epiey, Charles R 

Epiey, Geary B 

Epiing, Dorothy R 

Epling, William D 

Epperson, Calhenne ¥ 

Epperson, Edgar R Jr 

Epperson, Mary C 

Erftenbeck, Margaret 235 

Erhard, Geoffrey M 443 

Erickson, Judy L 313 

Ernst. Chnstine M 251, 258, 443 

Erschell. Victoria A 335. 356 

Envin, John 

Etwin, Lisa | 

Escobar, Luis F 

Esenbock, Barbara A 443 

Esser, Walter 395 

Estelle, Caridine 356 

Eslep. Eva S 

Estep. Tina K 466 

Estepp, Brian R. 443 

Estepp. Glen E. 

Estes, Bobby E 

Estes, Bruce E 265 

Esles, Daniel R 

Estes. David A 

Estes. Jomin 

Estes. Kenneth 

Estridge, Marsha Jo 

Eslridge, Wllma S, 

Etherington, Carl L, 

Etheringlon, Palricia 

Elkin, Cynthia L. 249, 323 

Etoh, Toshiya 

Etter. Neva S 

Evans, Beverly C 

Evans, Bruce D 

Evans, Candy E 248, 298, 356 

Evans, Carobeth 443 

Evans, Cindy M 

Evans, Colleen M 

Evans, David T. 

Evans, Debbie K 356 

Evans, Diannia I 466 

Evans, Eva M. 

Evans, lay A. 

Evans, Jennifer S 417 

Evans, Joseph T 

Evans, Kenneth R. 

Evans, Mark G 356 

Evans, Michael R 

Evans, Palricia H, 

Evans, Phillip P 356 

Evans, Robert O, Ir 

Evans, Rory M, 

Evans, Scot E. 

Evans, Tamara K 443 

Evans, Terri L 332 

Evans, Tierney L 
Evelyn, leremy | 
Everage, Archie W 356 
Everage, Bobetta 357 
Everett, Kim M. 



Eversole, Steven D- 



490 Index 



Eversole, Virginia ^ 
Evins, )ohn W. Ill A 
Ewen, George D. 



Ezell, loyce L. 
Ezell, Roben E 
Ezell. Wyndee 



— F— 



Fain. Marie C. 

Fait. Truly 269. 417 

Fairfav David W. 357 

Falkenberg. Virginia 

Fallen. Sue F, 

Fallen, Harold C, |r 

Fallon, Sandra D 

Fan, Dennis 357 

Fannin, Darren 

Fannin, Deborah D 247 

Fannin, Doyle 

Fannin, Robert K 304 

Fanl, Monna L 466 

KAPPA ALPHA 308. 309 

KAPP^ ALPHA THETA 310. 311 

KAPPA DELTA 312. 313 

KAPPA DELTA TAU 275 

Faraj. Ahmed H 

Farhat. Ned 

Faris. Debotah S 357 

Fatlet. lohn W 

Fatley'. Kelly A 67 
Fatley. Kenneth W 
Fatley. Ronald W 

It 337 



Farr 



. Billy R, 

, C Darlene | 

, Carolyn OR 

, David P 466 
. Gregory K 

, Harry W Ir 2i 



Farris 


Esthet 


E 


f'i'Z 


Lynn D 


Farris 


Nancy 


C. 


Farris 


Robin 


Nu 


Farris 


Sata E 




[iS 


ng. Do 

ng, Pau 
ng. Sha 


S 


Fatehipeikan 


A 


Fathb 


uckne 


V 



faw. Thomas G 
Fay, Margaret E. 466 
Feagan, Ruth E. 466 
Fearing, Erik W 443 
Fealherslon, Carol S 
Fealherston, Robin E. 
Feck, Slephen M. 
Fee, Basil K, 
Fee. Berneda I 418 
Fee, Rick A, 
Fee. Tambra E. 
Feeback. )uliana 
Feeback. Michael S. 
Feese, Teresa A. 
Fegan. Charles W 273 
Fehribach. Ronald S 
Feighner, Abbe I 
Feighner. Kathi S 443 
Feistrit 



,ephy 



Fe.strilzer, Richard 
Feldkamp, Marilyn P 
Feldkamp. Vivian M. 4 
feldkamp, William ). 



FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIAN 

ATHELETES 271 
felrer. C-lbert W 



Ferguson, Charlotte A. 
Ferguson, Ceta A 466 
Ferguson, James M. 
Ferguson, ]oe M 
Ferguson, John R 
Ferguson. Joseph P 



;rgusc 



ludy S. 
, Malo 



Ferguson, Ronald L 418 



. Beverly C 

Patrick J. 271 
;, Kathy L 



. Slev( 



iille F 



. 357 



Fteid, Carolyn E 
FIELD HOCKEY 216, 217 
Fields. Anthony D 466 
F.elds. Barry N. 
Fields. Charles t. 
Fields, Cynthia D. 
Fields. Diane P 297. 325 
Fields, loy k 



. 357 



Fields, Mary L 

Fields, Melinda 1 266. 443 

Fields, Randy 

Fields, Sherry A 

Fields, Susan F 

Fields, Teresa A 466 

fields, Teresa A 276. 397 

Fields, Teresa J 

Fife. Samuel W 



chael 



I E 336, ■ 



Hggs. Anth 
Figgs. Jonai 
Fighlmaste- 
F.ghis, Car' 



F.glestahlef. Rila E 466 
Figleslahler. Robert 
Figueroa, Howard M. 29 



Finke, Lisa M. 319, 400 
Finley, Devera F 
Finley, Morris G 418 
Finnell, Bobbie I 443 



Firman, Ann F 416 
First, Ruth L 466 
Fischer, Cindy J 248 



Fishback, \ 



nda G 253, 357 



rzgerald, Kathleen 
rzgerald, M.ldred D 
rzgerald. Nelva S 



Frtzhugh, Eugene C 209. 418 

Filzpatrick. Sheila A, 
flack. Jack R 
Flagstad, Holly C 
Flaherty, Karen L 
Flaherty, Kim S 
Flaherty, Margarel P 
Flaherty, Thomas M. 
Flaig. Chad M 
Flanagan. Susan R 443 
Flanery, Timothy W 
Flannery, David B 



Fleming, Charles F. 
Fleming. Donald R. 294 

Fleming, |udy G. 

Flemtng, Randell H 

Fleming. Robert B. 260 

flesch, Joseph M. 

Fleshman. James B 

Fleshman. Marilyn ). 228. 246, 261, 

332. 359 
Fletcher, Barbara J. 316 
Fletcher, Denney R 
Fletcher, Kimberly A. 444 
Fletcher, Kimberly G. 466 
Fletcher, Michael S 
Fletcher, Steve P 180. 185 
Fliegel, Walter H 
Flinchum, Catherine M. 
Flinn, Karin D 466 
Flint, Rulh E 
Floer, Susan D 206, 207, 243, 



fran/en, Donald S 



loy, Florence R 467 

rs, Brigrtte A. 313 

rs, Don K 

rs, Kevin D, 270, 444 

rs, Rachael L, 313 
loyd, Carroll C 
loyd, Charles M, 257, 261, 444 
loyd, George Jr. 180, 185 
loyd, Teresa L 357 
'ynn. Brenda 

lynn. Cathenne A 298, 327. 357 
ynn, Charles R 
ynn, Donald E. 
ynn, lennie L, 



lynn. Susan G. 357 

■ynn, Tandy R T 
Flynn. Timothy L 357 
Flynn, William O. 
Fochtman, Brian J, 
Fockcic, Robert D. 
Fogarly, Mary T, 251. 266. 444 
Fogie, Sarah ) 397 
Fogle, Glenda I 
fogle. lellrey S 
foister, Beirye H 
Foister, Garry W 444 
Foisler, Judy E.5. 
Fok, Chan Ming 260, 396 
Foley, Albert C 
Foley, Brenda L 
Foley. Gregory A 319, 467 

Foley, lohn L 

Foley, Linda A. 332 

Foley. Lorraine P 251 

Foley, Melody C 418 

Foley, Roger A 

Foley. Rosemary 

Folkerih. Mark C 

fOOD AND NUTRITION CLUB 264 

FOOTBALL TEAM 174. 175. 176. 

177. 178, 179, 160. 161, 182, 183, 18' 
Forbes, Tamara M. 444 
Ford, Byron S 323. 418 



Ford, Ch 
Ford, Cinda S 
Ford, Daniel L 
Ford, Gary H. 180, 271 
Ford, Lisa E 335, 418 
Ford, Lucille E, 
Ford, Sherry L 467 
Ford, Tonia L. 
Forester, Kimberlr H 
Fofinios, Ross D 
Forman. Arthur A 
Forman, Gloria K 
Forman, Mary A 
Forman, Nancy S. 
Fornshell. Mildred E. 397 
Forsyth, Donna J 
Forte, Mark G. 
Fortner. Ed Jr 



Foster, David J 
Foster, Deborah L 
Foster, Gary M. 4 
Foster, Holly L 
Foster, James H I 



Fostei 



leth \ 



Foster, Peggy A 

Foster, Rebecca M. 257, 311, 418 

Foster, Steven R- 239, 256, 257 





che. Doris C 




main, Cynthia S 




main, Glenn C 


FOL 


shee. Donna 1 418 




ler, Betty H 




ler, Charles E 




ler, Debbie J. 




ler, Douglas K. 323 




ler, loy S. 


Fov 


ler, Kathleen C 




ler, Lena F 


Fov 


ler, Lloyd G 180 




ler, Pamela S 


Fowler, Suzanne 


Fov 


ler, Wendy A. 


Fox 


Cheri L. 


Fok 


Doreena A 280, 283 


Fox 


Edwin R. 


Fox 


Lisa 1 274 


Fox 


Sharon C. 


Fox 


Terry 444 


Fox 


Teresa A 


Fox 


Tina M. 


Fay 


Anne E. 248. 272 




ey, Barry W 




ey. David F 




ey, Douglas A 


Fraley, Jennifer B 




X, Teresa D 467 




^ce AriTy^M 444 




Ids'. David B 180. 357 




icis. George T 



■ancow, Susan M 467 

anke. Edwatd B 
■ankel, Patricia D 467 
■ankenslein. Connie 29) 
■anklin. Arthur B 
•anklin. Chris M 

anklin. George W 
■anklin. Mollis K 



Frashcr, Brc 


nd 


K 






Fraysure. Ke 


ly 


467 






Fra/ec. Roi^ 
Frailer. Cha 


k- 


I 






Fra/iet. Che 


ryl 


A 44 


266. 


444 


Ftazier. Dia 




Vl 






Fra/ier. |oar 


C 
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Fra/ier! Nina R 
Fra/ir-r, Robert 


N 






Fra/ier. Sail 


1 


275,4 


44 




Fra/ier. She 


a 








Fra/ier. Thoma 


B 






Fta/iet. Van 


■ss 


D. 444 




Fra/iet Van 


eiia 


D 4 


4 




Fta/iei. Vick 


le 


251 


400 




Fra/iet. War 


da 


L 11 


303 


357 



ench. Cheryl L 444 
ench. Constance K 
ench. Debotah H 261 
ench, Debta V 444 



Ftench. letty W 
ftench, Michael G 
Ftench, Sue C 
Fteshley. Anne M 444 
Ftetly. Satah B 467 
Ftetly. Ralph E 247 
Ftelz. Katen 5 266, 274, 467 
Freudenlhal, Susan K 444 
Frevola, Marc D 270, 444 



? M 



Frey, Michael A 
Frey, Robert R 
Ftey, Ronald 1 

Frey! Vicki L 467 
Frick. Heidi A 261 
Fricke, Kara S 447 
Fried, Karen L 
Friend, Charlie M 
Friend, Diana L 444 
Fries, Rhonda I 
Frisby, Margaret A 
Frison, Linda M 
Frith, Larry A 
Frilsch, Mary S 
Frili, Becky 
Frilz, Cathy S 



, Amy E 418 
■t, Sle' 



180, 271, 396 
Frommeyer, Timothy I 180, 271 
Ftoshet, Brenda 400 
Frost, David F 

Frost, lacqueline M 251, 467 
Frost, lacquelyn M 



Ttbetl 



. 467 



Ftosi, Matlene RW 

Ffost, Ralph E 

Frost, Wanda S 

Ftuchtenicht, Douglas 288, 323 

Fty! Mall T 
Ftybetget, Leslie A 
Ftye, Edilh T, 
Ftye, Robett A 



Ftyman, Bevetly D 
Ftyman, Vancy S 
FTD 279 
Fuchs, Richatd D 

Fugale! Timothy E 320, 444 
Fugill, William C 250 
Fuhs, Judith R 
Fulchet, lohnny R 
Fulchet, Mattha C 
Fulk, Suzanne F 260 
Fullet, Douglas. W 

Fulnet. Debotah L 444 
Fullon. Arthut F It 
Fulton, Catia R 467 
Fullon, Michael L 337 
Fullon, Pamela E 302 
Full!, Bill T 
Fullz. Donna K 242, 248. 275, 

357, 467 
Fullz, Donna L 



Futnish, Fred D 
Furnish, Mary E 
Furr. Dorsey K 

Fuson, Pamela I 358 
Eye. Tammy D 
Fyke, Edgar L 

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Gabbard. Alice L 
Gabbard. Barbara R 
Gabbard, Beulah | C 358 
Gabbard, Brenda L. 
Gabbard, Carolyn HJ. 
Gabbard, Carolyn S- 
Gabbard. Charlotte C 
Gabbard, |ames H. 
Gabbard. ludy G- 
Gabbard. Kimberly 418 
Gabbard. Pats\ M 263, 419 
Gabhan, Carl K 
Gaby Paula T 
Gadd, Roben W 
Caddie, Judy C 
Caddis, JarrwsS- 



CwJdit. Luther K )r. 

Caddis, Randall C. 

Caebler, Randy E. 

Caer, I^vrd W 

Gaffey, Carolyn A, 

Caffin, Ttmothy t 68, J15, 358 

Caffney, Mart W 

Cage, Lucy CM 

Cage, Pauline |. 

Gagliardo, Cerard 

Gagne, Roger f . 467 

Caier, Amy E, 

Cailey, Patricia L. 

Cainei, Billir C. 

Caine*, Dudley C. 

Gaines, Lucinda W.C, 

Gaines, Nancy L.C 

Cainei, Sandra 

Gaitskilt, Jeannetle 338 

Calasso, Michael A 

Calasso. Patricia C 

Gatbreaih, Mary E. 

Gale, Elizabeth |. 

Gales, Vanessa L, 400 

Call, Andrew |. 358 

Gall, Randall S. 201 

Gallagher, Mary E 444 

Gallagher, Michael T, 243, 419 

Gallagher, Stephen M 

Gallaher, Kevin A, 358 

Calllmore. Joseph K. 

Callirriore, Toby R, 

Callivan. Debbie A. Ml. 332, 358 

Callivan, Patnck T 

Callivan. Timothy £. 

Calkiway, Gary W 400 

Calvin, Ronald R, 

Gambrll. Jimmy R 

Gambino. Andrea £. 

Cambrel, Charlisa 401 

Cambrel. David K, 

Cambrel. Debbie S- 

Gambrel, Kathy D. 

Cambrel, Lee 

Cammell, Gloria R- 

Cammon, Dennis F_ 

Gammons, Nathaniel 

Candenberger, Lynne M 

Candolfo. Guy T. 180 
Gam, Duwayne L 
Cant. Vicki ,M 
Carbeii. Margarei E. 313 
Garchinsky. Teresa M 217 
Gardner. Chnsele M 328. 335 
Gardner, Deborah L 249. 419 
Gardner. George A 201 
Gardner, Roben H ill 
Gardner, Ruben L 
Gardner, Sue E O 
Gardner, Terry A 
Garland, Demse 311 
Garland, Mary Lou B. 
qarner. Cynthia \ 



Carr 



i G 358 



. Robin S 358 
on. Dawn R 
on. Ellis B 



Garwood. Deborah LS 246 
Cash. Miriam ). 
Gash, Palrtaa R 444 
Gash, Ronald L 419 
Gaskin, Deborah S 419 
Gaskms, Norma S 
Casser. Mar^ D 335 
Gastimeau, Brenda R 
Gastineau, David 
Gastineau, Rebecca \ 
Gaston. Paula ). 211 
Gateley. Joseph P. 
Gates, Joann 358 
Cateskill. Barbara ^ 
Gatewood. Dar\I B 
Gathof, Thomas P 328 419 
Catliff. lackie A 
Galls. Kathleen H 
Cault, Bena F 419 
Gaunder, Edward P 
Gaunder, Fredenck |, 
Gausling, Judv 'V 467 
Gay, Betty P 
Gay, Carol I B 
Gay. Gregorv S 

Cay! Jimmle D 

Gay. Leeann M 246, 261, 419 

Gay. Leslie M 

pay. Naomi P 

Gay, Peggv L D 2W. 205, 419 

Cay, Stephen T 419 

Gay. Vernon 

Caver. MeUin E 

Cavhan. lessie P 

Gaylord, Ton>a R 265, 444 

Caynor. Arlene 1. 

Cear. lames B. 

Gearhan. |eri R 

Cearhiser, Marv M. 

Geeks, Vicki L 358 

Cedrock, Cath' 

Gehlhausen, Roben R 

Geiger, Cher\I G, 

Ceiger. tav B 

Ceiling, Lee D. 330, 444 

Ce.sler Mane M 
Geiss. Lauren E 444 
Celdreich, Lmda L 419 
Gellhaus, Kevin P. 
Genawav. David C. 



356 



Index 491 



Centry, Kimberly A 444 
Genity. Lee 271 
CenUy, Leslie A. 467 
Cenlry. Marian L. 
Gentry, Patrick L- 
Centry, Rebecca L. 335, 467 
Ceoghegan, Robert 5. 
Cephan, Karen M 296 
Gerald. Susan L. 444 
Geralds, Shirley A 



Gerl 



CerinK. |ane T 
CerinR, Mar\ ). 
GERMAN CLUB 265 



Cere 



es. Pamela 316 
es. Stephanie M 
. Losan M 



. Don 



Cerrein. Nancy T. 

Gers. Deborah S, 245, 260 

Geschrei, Nancy I 236, 297 
Cess, David C 
Cevedon, Janice C. 
Cevedon, |han M. 
Ghdidi. Assadollah 



Chri 



Gianopulos, Valerie M 313 

Gibbons, Martha A 244, 265, 419 

Cibbs. Cynthia L Z56 

Gibbs. Elizabeth R 

Cibbs. lames D, Jr 

Gibbs. Randall R. 

Gibbs. Susan E 281 

Ciblin. Gerard I 209 

Gibson. Becky E, 256. 358 

Gibson, Billy Paul 

Gibson, Carla G, 467 

, Charles H- 278 



Gibst 



. Chai 



Gibson. Charles W, 153 
Gibson, Dana L- 467 
Gibson, David A 
Gibson, Deborah H. 
Gibson. Dennis L. 
Gibson. Dreema D, 302 
Gibson, Gerard R. 
Gibson, Harold C 
Gibson, lames A. 
Gibson. Joseph 8. |r, 396 
Gibson. Joyce F 
Gibson. Karen D 358 



1 Han 



Gibsc 
Gibsc 

Gibson, Karen Shockle 
Gibson. Maribeth H- 
Cibscn, Mary Jo H. 
Gibson, Pauline 
Gibson, Rebecca |. 358 
Cifford. Betty 
Gilford. Kathy E- 281 
Giglierano, lames D 
Gilbert. Cynthia L 335, 467 
Gilbert, David E. 
Gilbert. Elizabeth A 
Gilbert, George R 
Gilbert, |nhn M 
Gilbert, kyle 
Gilbert, Laura M. 
Gilbert. Leann 468 
Gilbert. Paul 
Gilbert. Robert | Jr 
Gilbert. Vicky L 467 
Gilbert. Virginia L 
Cilday. Palii S 335 
Gilkerson. Ronald W 
Gtlkison, Mary L 248. 358 
Gill, Andrew 
Gill. Betty B. 



Cilleiie, Joseph P 419 
Gilley, Michael V 419 
Gilliam, Beverly G. 335 

Gilliam. Dannie 



Gill'O 



. Paul E 

, lull, 



Gilliland. Charles 
Gilliland. Curtis L. 
Gilhland. Jospeh t 
Gilliland. Patnna 

Chai 



Cillsiri 



. Jeffrey L 



en I 251, 401 



Gilpin, Orol 468 
Gilpin. Don A 
Gilpin. Marion K 
Gilpin. Michael D. 
Cilreath, Larry D, 
Gilreath, Nanry H. 



Giltn 



. Mary 



Ginn. Carla J 273. 419 
Cinn. Steven M 268, 468 
Ginler, George W 
Ginter, lulia E 
Cinther. Katherme A, 
Girard, Dennis 
Girdler, Charles A 
Girdler. Edw 



,ard t 



Cish, Dons I £ 

Gish, Nancy B 

Gittmger. Steven C 306. 419 

Giuliano. Anthony | 259, 449 

Ciurgevich. Josephine 

Givan. Stacy L 316, 468 

Given, Ann D 

Givens, Charles K 328. 444 

Givens, Genevieve 

Givens, Randy S. 



Givens, Russell L 

Glab. Danny S, 265, 269, 358 

Glanz, Gail A. 



Glasscock, Perry I 






Mhy 



Goble, Dempil I. 

Goble. Karen L 278. 468 

Goble, Mary L 

Coble, Pamela S 

Goble, Rondal E. 

Godbey. Danny D. 

Godbev. Tammv L 

Godbv. Lucille S, 

Godby. Patricia A 

Coddard. Carl J. 

Goddard, Jane A. 419 

Goddard, Sandra L 

Codlrey, Christopher 270 

Godfrey. John P 

Godlewski, Susan C. 316, 327, 358 

Coff. Bobbie M. 
Golf. Deborah A 342, 246, 261. 
358 



Goins, Betty A 419 

Coins. Blanche B 

Coins, Cindy L 

Coins. Donna f 248, 265, 358 

Coins, Terry L 468 

Coins. Will T 

Coins, William R 

Cold, Charles H 281, 468 

Golden, Marcella M 

Golden, Martha A S, 

Goldner, David E 

Goldsberry. Stanley M. 

Goldsmith, Cheryl L, 316, 468 

Goldsmith. Stanley N 

GOLF TEAM 166, 167 

Collihue, Marsha R 

Golston, Gwendolyn O 420 

Golyer, Peggy E 

Gomben. Mary K 

Gonzales, Richard B 
Goocey .Donnie D 420 
Cooch, Betty L. 
Gooch. Deborah A. 

Good, Katherine E 
Good. Pamela B 
Goodan, Karen R 261, 468 
Coodan, William R 
Goode. Jeffrey L 358 
Goode, Kalhy L 202, 203 
Goode, Linda K 
Goode. Patricia I 
Goodenough, Mary K 444 
Goodenough, Susan M 



Goodin. Julie F 401 

Goodin, Zella I 

Goodlett. Darrell R 

Coodloe. lohn W 

Goodman, Donna D 

Goodman. Gary A 270 

Goodman, |o Ann 

Goodman. |oy L 401 

Goodman, Linda K. 

Goodman, Ralph W 

Goodpasture, Richard 265. 301, 420 

Goodrich, Sheri K 

Coodson. Rita B 

Goodwill, Billie L 

Goodwin. Christopher 358 

Goodwin, Kenneth L. 

Goodwin. Kirk A, 

Coolman. Dennis R 

Gorbandl. Rebecca A. 281, 297, 444 

Gordon. Anthony L 

Gordon, Derek C 

Cordon, Donna 

Cordon. Fred C 

Cordon, |oyce V 

Cordon, Orisa 

Gordon. Penny 445 

Gore, David G 

Core. Iimmie R 

Core. Tyrone J 

Gorley. Robert C 

Gorley. Sandra E 

Gorman, Kevin D 

Gorman, Steve F 



358 



445 



Corr 

Gorrell, Laura C 

Cesser, Bobby 

Cosser, Tara O 245, 358 

Gossett. Timothy D 
Cossman, David G 
Gossman, Linda M 284. 4 
Goitr. Joan C 205 
Cough. Elizabeth A 
Cough. Judy L 
Could. Harold T 
Could, Jeff Q 468 
Coulet. Gregory J 



Cover. Linda DC 
Gover, Pamela J 298, 327 

Grace. Lu|ayne 420 
Graddick, Joe 180 
Graddick. Linda M, 
Graddy, Maurice C 180 
Gradel. William A 269, 358 
Graef. Richard E 
Graese. Diana L 445 
Graft. Carla |. 
Craft. Donna L, 233, 242, 311, 

323, 359 
Cragg, Katherine L 270, 272. 420 
Graham, Daniel R 
Graham. Glenn |. 
Graham, lames F, 



, Tammy B 
. Terry M. 359 



lary D, 

, Harold B. 336 

. Ray S Jr 420 



Graves, David L 

Graves, Edward E 228. 336 

Graves, Michael C 

Craves, Robert L, 

Craves. Stephen P 271. 444 

Graves, Terrylynn E. 

Graves. Wesley B 301, 468 

Cravilt, lohn S, 

Gray, Angle 468 

Gray, Barry L. 267, 468 

Cray. Christopher A. 243. 196 

Gray, Clyda S, 

Cray, Debbie L 468 

Gray, Debora L 

Gray, Doris A. 

Gray, Dwayne E. 

Gray. Edward G. 

Cray, Emanuel 

Cray, Escaleta 

Cray, Eugenia E. 

Gray, Gary E. 

Gray, Gayle E, 

Gray, James G. 

Cray, Jeanette 

Cray, Katherine A, 

Gray. Lisa M. 

Cray, Marsha C. 

Gray, Michael L 

Gray, Robert R. 

Cray, Ronnie L, 327. 359 

Cray. Roy C 

Gray, Sheron D 



Craybeal, lames R 445 
Craziani, Theda J, 
Creen, Charles H. 
Green, George D 
Green, Clyndon E. 
Green, Holly L 319, 359 
Green, James D 
Creen. lackie 205 
Green, lames W. 
Creen. Jessie H. 
Green, John L 
Green, Kevin M 
Creen, Linda 359 
Green. Marilyn E. 
Green, Molly B. 
Green. Pamela Cloyd 
Green, Rebecca S, 
Creen, Ricky T 420 



. Robei 
, Robert 



Green, Stephen W 
Green. Steven P. 
Green. Tamera |, 



Greene, Daphne B. 445 



Greenlee, Carlo; 



nstein. Donna G. 359 

nwade. Sheila M. 

nwell, Brenda C. 242, 359 



Greenwell, Mark T. 
Greenwell, Martha L. 
Greenwell. Mary J. 420 
Greenwell. Tetri L. 
Greer, Glenda C. 
Greer. Kenneth R. 
Greer. Sandy L 
Greer, Sherri L, 
Greer, Virginia S. 
Gregory. Audrey L, 335 

Gregory, Bobby R 278 
Gregory, Cheryl D 335, 420 
Gregory, Cheryl K 468 
Gregory, Jelf O 
Gregory Mark A 
Gregory, Michael A 396 
Gregory. Michael E 
Greive, Nancy J- 359 






, Debora 



I 69 
B 359 



Grey, Jennifer L 
Gribbin, George C, 
Gnbbin, Michael E. 420 



Griesinger, Cheryl A- 48, 420 
Criesi, Karen A, 
Griffey, Margaret B. 



Griffin, Chris W 
Griffin, Colleen L. 445 
Griflin. Dwighi V 
Griffin, Eva D 
Griffin. Fredrick 180, 420 
Griffin. George 
Griffin. Gregory C 359 
Griffin, James S 280, 468 
Griflin. lanice 420 
Criflin, Jeanne A, 



Griffin, Rebecca L, 313 
Grilfin, Rhodertck C. 261, 359 
lald T 330, 337, 359 



c 


flin 


Sarah 




c 


ffin 


Sliari E 




c 


flin 


Williarr M 




c 


ffin 


Yvonne E 


16 420 


c 


ffis. 


Brian R 328 




c 


ffilfi 


Daniel M 


468 


c 


ffilfi 


Darrell K 




c 


(filh 


Linria K 4t 


8 


G 


ffilfi 


Lois B 445 


468 


C 


ffitli 


Marsfia S 




c 


ffitfi 


Mollie H 




c 


ffifti 


Rfionda 




c 


ffitfi 


Roberta C 




c 


ffilfi 


Sharon K 


359, 420 


Cr 


ffilli 


Sharon L 




C 


ffilfi 


Terry E 35 


9 


C 


ffilfi 


5. Ann C 




Cnlfilh 


s, Elizabelh 298 


C 


ffilfi 


s, Sara R 




c 


ggs, 


Bruce D, 




Cr 


ggs, 


Cerald A. 




Cf 


8gs. 


Cerald E. 




Crrggi, 


RIana 




Cr 


ggs. 


Serena 1. 




Cr 


ggs. 


Steven C 




Cr 


gsby 


Sally K 




Cr 


gsb 


Sheila Y 




Cr 




.iaik A 359 




Cf 


mes 


Pamela R 




Cr 


mes 


Roy S 266 


420 


Cr 


ner, 


Cheryl A 




Cr 




, lames M. 


445 


Cr 


se. David P 251 


265 


Cr 


se, Eliiabclli j- 




Cr 


se. 


mma E, 




Cr 


se, Manila S 251 


Cr 


se, 


obert O 




Cr 


se, S 


usan E 




Cr 


stian 


1, Karen 5 




Cr 


sson 


, lames N 315 


Cr 


;icl 


Anita E 




Cr 


Dllig 


Donna E 




Cr 




lizabelh P. 




Cr 


ass,' Alan D, 




Cross, ieanette 





Crove, Robert w 
Crubb, lanet ED 
Crubbs, Kimberly D 
Crubbs, Martha H 
Crudzinski, Robert M. 
Cruen, Charles A 
Crugin, Patrick A 327, 360 
Crundy, Satrena R 
Cruner, Kathleen M 332, 401 
Cruner, Stephen D 
Cuelda, David A 
Cuelda, Shaii E 468 
Cuernsey, Lvnne D 273, 420 
Cueiiy, Robert E 
Cuffey, Karen M 
Gugino, Paula A 



258 



360 



Cuidry, Tai 
Cuinn, Brenda S 
Cuinn, Helen R 
Cuinn, Wanda L 
Culley, Beniamin 
Cumm, Troy C 246. 360 
Cundei, Kimberly S, 
Cunderson, Leslie K 
Cundy, Jacqueline A, 
Cunlhei. Mictlael L, 



Cusi 



, Man 



Culgsell, Mary E 
Culhier, Diane M 468 
Culhrie, frank M 
Culteiman, lohn K 401 



GYMNASTICS, WOMEN 202, 203 



— H— 



Haake, Judith L, 
Haaker, Michael D 
Habeeb, Kais S 445 
Habeeb, Mary C 
Habermann, Elizabeth 
Hacker, David S 401 
Hacker, Edsel F 
Hacker, Gail Y. 
Hacker, lames M, 
Hacker, Kathryn B. 
Hacker, Malvery | 
Hacker, Marilyn SB. 
Hacker, Reuben G. 
Hacker, Tina L 445 
Hackeii. Brian B 
Hackley. Latress M 420 
Hadden, Bruce A 397 
Hadden, Marion D 
Hadden. William D 280, 468 
Haddm. Deborah R 
Hadley, Arnold C 
Hadley, Barbara C 
Hadley. Colene F 
Hadorn, Carla A 
Hadorn, Christopher K. 420 
Haegele, loseph R 



Hafley, Joan T, 

Hagan, Christopher M. 

Hagan, David R 

Hagan, Denise R 445 

Hagan. Elizabelh D 

Hagan, M Helene 420 

Hagan. Timothy C 280, 265, 445 

Hagberg, Sandra E 

Hagedorn, Cheryl N 288, 445 

Hager, David S, 420 

Hager. James M 

Hager, Marie D 360 

Hager, Patricia A. 277 

Hager. Suzanne M. 

Haggard, Edith S 

Haggenmaker, Bonita S 

Haggerty, Kevin M, 

Hahlen. Stephen A 306 

Hahn. Carol C 

Hahn, Donna L 

Hahn. Julie E 468 

Hahn, Michael D 360 

Hail, Doris A 

Hail, I, Sharon 

Haines. Semon 468 

, Cynthia L. 328 



. 360 



lalbert. Ran 



Halcomb, Lana G ■ 



Hale, Cynthia E. 360 
Hale, Donna R, 468 
Hale. Durward E. 



Hale, Paul L 

Hale, Ruby R 

Hale, Susan T. 445 

Hale, Tamra D 

Hale, Terri L. 468 

Hale, Waieetah D 

Haley. Glenn R 

Halfacre. Judith M 245. 445 

Hall, Alvm R. 

Hall, Amy N 261. 401 

Hall, Andrew H 



Hall. David A 420 

Hall, David E 

Hall, David G. 

Hall, Deborah J 

Hall, Denise L 

Hall, Dennis L. 

Hall, Diana L 251, 445 

Hall, Dorothy S. 

Hall, Eudell 

Hall. Frederick Q 

Hall, Gary L 

Hall, Gary L 

Hall, Gary W. 

Hall, Gregory G 315. 360 

Hall. Jackie D. 245, 360, 285 
Hall, James A 
Hall, lanee S. 420, 313 
Hall, lerry T 

Hall, John F 



Hall. 



W. 261, 445 
ineth D. 420 



HALL OF FAME 226. 227 



, Ran- 



Hall, Rayburn 
Hall, Rebecca F. 
Hall, Rebecca J. 
Hall, Robbie K. 270 
Hall. Rose R, 
Hall. Sandra L. 468 
Hall, Stephanie D 468 
Hall, Susan A 360. 468 
Hall. Susan M 468 
Hall. Tanie K. 



Hall, Walter A 4 
Hallen, Ross D 
Halley, Mary O 



Halloran. Michele C 
Halpin, Donald J 249 
Halpin, Patricia E 217 
Halsey, Matthew W 
Ham. Dennis B. 
Ham, ludiih C. 
Hamann, John T 420 
Hamblin. Bradley D. |r. 
Hamblin, Julia C 
Hamblin. Moses 
Hamblin. Rosemary T. 



rick. 



Hamilton, Barbara J. 
Hamilton, Bard R. 

Hamilton! Eddie M, 469 
Hamilton, Gayle A. 
Hamilton, Gerald L. 
Hamilton, Gregory W. 360 
Hamilton, Helen F 
Hamilton, Joseph P. 360 
Hamilton, |udy C, 



492 Index 



ilton 


Kevin J, 


illon 


Kirk W. 273, 361 


ilton 


Kristin I. 273, 361 


ilton 


Larry W 


ilton 


leanne 


ilton 


Linda L 325, 420 


ilton 


Lisa K 263, 445 


illon 


Louis G. 


ilton 


Luale C- 


ilton 


Melody D, 469 


ilton 


Nancy E- 272, 469 


ilton 


Rebecca A. 420 


Iton 


5luart W 420 


lion 


Susan H. 


lion 


Susie C 


Iton 


Terry A 


Iton 


Thomas C 



Ham 


m. Melanie ). 


Ham 


m. Rickey N. 


Ham 


m, Sue D 


Ham 


macli, Merle L 


Ham 


mer, Denjse AC 


Ham 


mond, Barbara A. 


Ham 


mond, Celia B. 


Ham 


mond. Donna 5.W 


Ham 


mond, Elizabeth P 




mond. Cordon | 




mond, Harold T. 


Ham 


mond Mary Ann E 


Ham 


mond, Terry R 


Ham 


monds, Gary L 


Ham 


monds, Michael 


Ham 


mons. Beverly 


Ham 


mons, Carolyn S 


Ham 


mons, Gary R, 


Ham 


mons. Ion S. 


Ham 


mons, Mary R. O 



TtplO 



on, Clyde D 
Hampton, Harold 
Hampton, Margie I 
Hampton, Sandra C. 445 
Hancock, Dawn H 
Hancock, Diane E 275, 445 
Hancock, Donna D 
Hancock, Palncia S. 
Hancock, Sharon S 275, 361 
Handley, Kathleen M 
Handley, Sharon R 361 



landy, Mark D 
landy. Randall R. 
laney, Cynthia K 



lanks, Catherine A 283, 361 
lanna, Steven E 445 
lannan, loyce A 
lannan, loyce M 253, 265, 42 



Hansen, Barbara 
Happel, Anna A 
Harbin, Pamela I 
Harbin, Sandra 3 
Hardaway, Carl 
Harden, Bobby E 

Hardin! jan 
Hardin, less 
Hardin, |im E 
Hardin, Robert fl 
Hardin, Sheldon 
Hardin, Susan W 
Hardin, William 



Hardwick, Darlene 
Hardwick, David D 
Hardwick, lohnelta 
Hardwick, Kevin D 



, Mark 



Hardy, Chandra K,Y, 
Hardy, Charles E 
Hardy, ChaMes E 
Hardy, Eranklin E |r 
Hardy, Cayle L 
Hargan, Karen E 273, 445 
Hargell, lulie M 420 
Hargis, Bonnie S 
Hargis, Terry L 
Hargrove, Dennis C 
Harhaway, Nancy 316 
Harkey, lohn T 160, 161, 234, 

271, 330, 361, 500 
Harkins, lames D II 
Harkleroad, David A 
Harkleroad, Robert E, 319 
Harkleroad, Thomas S 
Harlan, lames C 
Harlan, Timothy P 445 



, Cheryl / 
, Craig C 
, Cynthia 



Harmon, Vicky D, 
Harmsen, Craig R 

Harnack, Carol S. 
Harness, Grace H. 
Harney, Helen C. 273, 469 
Harney. Linda L 
Harp, Deborah SB 
Harper, David C 250, 361 
Harper, Eugene 

Harper. Linda S 361 
Harper. Paula A. 
Harper, Phillip R. 
Harper, Sandra L, 
Harper. Sleven D 306 
Harrahill, Susan A. 



on, Ronda D. 

on, Stacy A. 

on, Susan G. 246, 261, 362 



Harrod. Terry N. 
Harrop, Paul E 
Harihfield, Cynthia S 445 



Han, Sarah E, 
Han, William B III 
Harllage, |an M 
Hartman, Geneva E 445 

Harlman, Lori A. 244. 445 
Harrwig. Steve R 
Harvel, Lynne 
Harvell, lesse A III 
Harvey, Debra K 264, 445 



Hasel 


^ood, Ehz 


beth 445 


Ha sen 


yager, Lyn 


n E 


421 


Hash, 


Debbie A 






Hash, 


Michael L 


36 


2 


Hash, 


Victona 1 


362 




Hasha 


gen. Dale 


A. 


29, 237, 242, 


362 

Hasin 


ki. Andre 






Haski 

Haski 


s, Carolyn 
S. Tony C 
William N 


A. 




Hastie 


Janie M 






Hastin 


gs, Cynth, 


A 


27B, 421 


Hasry 


Dana |. 421 




Hatch 


er. Diane 






Hatch 
Hatch 


er, Elissa L 
er, Elizabe 


h L 





itchei 






Hatfield, Alan K. 319 

Hatfield, Ava M. 

Hatfield, Bruce R. 

Hatfield, Carol I 362 

Hatfield, Gaynor E 

Hatfield, Kenneth F. 

Hatfield, Larry W. 

Hatfield, Lois E. 

Hatfield, Margaret A. 

Hatfield, Maria C. 402 

Hatfield, Martin L. 421 

Hatfield, Teresa M. 

Hathaway. Nancy I. 257, 289, 362 

Hatley. Charles L. |r 

Hatoor, Michael C, 



Haller. Debra I- 396 
Hatler, Janel C 
Haller, Robert J 396 
Halton, David C, 
Haiton, Michael S. 315 
Hatton, Sharon 260, 469 

Haubner, Rita L, 272, 362 
Haudenschild, Amy |. 

3in, lanice L. 445 



ugh. 



old i 



y, Sylvia P. 
kins, Brenda A. 469 
kins, Cheryl L 
kins, Darlene 276 
kins. Frederick D 362 
kins, Geraldme R 

ons, Kimberly S 469 



Hay, Randall Wayr 



Hayden! Esther D 

Hayden, Mark S 469 
Hayden, Melinda L. iS 
Hayden, Nancy A 
Hayden, Philip M. 
Haydon, Cheryl L. 
Haydon. E. William 281 
Haydon, George L 
Haydon, |ohn B 309 



laydo 



, Thei 



1 G S 



446 



Haydorn, Chris 300, 301 
Haves. Benjamin C. 265 
Hayes. Cynthia A 446 

Hayes, Eddie 



, Marc 



S M 



layes, Mike N. 325 
layes. Richard | 362 
layes, Sandra D, 272, 446 
layes, Tony D. 



Walter D 
Willie M 2; 
, Alfreda G 

! Clenna k. 



, 421 



362 



Haynes. Roger D 469 
Hays. Carolyn S,N 
Hays, Connie L. 
Hays, Danny E 309 
Hays, Donna | 41, 160, 161, 
421, 500 



Hazelwood, Beth 296 
Hazelwood, Deana R 
Hazelwood, kimberly L 
Hazelwood. Raymond f 



. Fahad / 



Haz, 



i D 



Head, lanet k. 27 
Headen, Arnold k 469 
Heady, Rhonda B 
HEALTH, RECREATION 

ENVIRONMENT CLUB 262 
Healy, Dennis ) 
Heap, Mary E. 469 
Heaphy, Lawrence |. 
Heard, lohn D 
Hearn, Candace D. 362 
Healer, Mitch O 



. Will 



Heck, Nancy L 402 
Hecker. Susan E 

Heckman! Candy L 402 
Heckman, Donna S 
Heckman, Victoria L 
Hedels, William W 
Hedges, Cheryl A 265, 281. 421 
Hedges, Clifford W. 446 
Hedges, Freddie E. 
Hedgespeth, Charles T 
Hedglm. Ann E. 
Hedman, Raumond L. 273 



Hehl, Barb L 298, 446 
Hehl. Robert B |r 
Hehman, Kelly M- 446 
Heicken, kathy L. 313, 446 
Heicken, Rose L 
Heightchew, Hubert W, 
Heigl, David ) 362 
Heigman. Barb 332 
Neil, Daniel C 
Heil, Jospeh S. 259. 301, 446 

. 469 



Heilman, Raymond L 469 
Heimerdingcr, Eva F. 273. 446 
Heine, ledrey T 256, 257, 259, 

Heinemeyer.Paula 8 
Heinrichi, Philip A 
Heischmtdt, Kenneth A, 
Heise. Mary K, 
Heitzman, George E 
Heitzman, Sandra B, 
Heizman, Barbara A 446 
Held, Nancy L 

Helgren, Laurie L. 247, 266, 362 
Hellard, Laura E 267, 469 
Hellmann, |udiih K 
Hellmann. M Barbara 446 



Helton, Robin L. 
Helton, Sandra I 
Helton, Timothy R 
Heltzel, lohn W.S. 



Hemker, |ulia M, 

Hemplling. Charle 
Hemphill, Calhleet 
Hemphill, Sic 



vloharr 



led S. 



Henderson. Carolyn S 246, 362 
Henderson, Cbarlene | 
Henderson, Donald L 
Henderson, Helen D 
Henderson, Jennifer L 313, 320, 362 
Henderson, )erry L T 
on. lohn A |t 



lendei 



on. lo' 



^ W 



Henderson, Kathy L 251, 402 



Henderson. Rebec 
Henderson, Ricky 



Hendizadeh, Sedigheh 
Hendren, Ann Clay 
Hendren, Blllte L. 
Hendren. lanet L C. 469 
Hendren, Mary S. 
Hendricks. Chen W. 
Hendricks, |oe D 421 
Hendricks, lohn C 
Hendricks, Laura £ 251, 265, 402 
Hendricks, Laura C 
Hendncks, Penny H. 325, 402 
Hendricks, Steven C 
Hendncks. William G 280. 362 

Hendrickson! Debbie L 362 
Hendrickson, Kevin 129 
Hendrickson, Michael 
Hendrickson, Michelle 279, 469 
Hendrickson, Rodney D 421 
Hendrickson. Stanford 
Hendrickson. Viola R. 246 
Hendrix. Martha K 
Hendru, Stephanie C 446 



Henry. Charles W, 325 
Henry. Deidra D 446 
Henry, Donna L 362 
Henry, lames A. 
Henry, lerry K. 
Henry, |ulia A. 
Henry, Karen M 323 
Henry, Ronnie L. 
Hensel, Bryan R. 251 
Hensley. Alonzo W 
Hensley. Bonnie 
Hensley, Carolyn B 
Hensley. Dale 
Hensley, Deborah L. 251 
Hensley. Debra L 
Hensley, Fave R 



ensle' 
Hensley, 



Hensley. lerrv 362 
Hensley, lerry W 
Hensley. loyce A. 
Hensley. Kenneth E 






Hen! 



largare 



nsley, Mary 
Hensley. Monette 
Hensley, Pamela ] L 
Hensley. Ruby L 
Hensley. Sharon L 
Hensley, Sharon M 
Hensley, Steven H. 446 
Hensley, Wesley M |r. 
Henson, Bobby D. |f. i 



. Jennifer S. 153. 244. 283, 



lenson, Sherri D 363 
lepp. Jenny L 



Heraid, Randall f 



Herbst, Roben W- 
Heringer, Gerald L. 446 
Heriss. Abdulaziz N. 
Hermann, Diane I. 421 
Hernandez, Alfredo |, 
Herndon, Deborah D. 
Herold, Beih A, 402 
Herren, Carolyn S. 

Herren, Larry L. 
Herren, Lorelij W. 
Herrick, Alida M, 
Herrin, Thflma H. 
Herring, Elizabeth 
Herring, Frederick W, 
Herrington, Darryl K 
Herrington, Ruth A. 396 
Herrman, David ). 
Henhel. Richard A. 
Henzler, loseph R, 
Herzog. Mary |. 
Hess, Donald ), 

Hess! Karen V 
Hess, Kathy G. 
Hess, Roben | 
Hesse, Nancy |, 
Hesse, Sister Belly A 
Hester, Diana L 363 
Hester, Elizabeth 8 

< C 256. 257, 268. 



363 



Hesiei 



, Michael L 
, Roben W, |f. 



Helrick, Tammy L 469 
Heuerman. Kurt C, 243, 263 
Heuser. William F |r. 327 
Hewett, Stanley E 201. 271, 469 
Hewitt, Karan L, 284, 469 
Hewlett, Timothy L 273, 363 
Hewlett, Trina I 273 
Heyer. Kurt A 363 
Heyman. Kimberly A, 
Hiatt. Timothy A, 
Hibbard, Becky S. 
Hibbard. Darlene W 
Hibbard. Diana L 259, 363 
Hibbard, Laurel A 421 
Hibbard, Paula JS 
Hibberd. Douglas I 



363 



ebec( 



Hickman. Vicki L, 
Hicks, Bruce 
Hicks, Delisa I 
Hicks. Douglas 320 
Hicks, Douglas C. 421 
Hicks. Harry D 
Hicks, lame M 
Hicks. John E 
Hicks, Mar^ret A 
Hicks, Mark W, 
Hicks, Paul E. 
Hicks, Sandra L 
Hicks, Tanna 5. 



Higgins. Michael H 421 
Higgins, Ralph 
Higgins. Robert G. 
Higgins, Roberta B 

Higgins, Sandra I 469 
Higeins, Scot T 
HiEhland, Thomas S 
Hifben, Bill J. 
Hilbert, Jerald L. 
Hilborn. Daniel S 
Hildebolt. Mary A. 446 
Hildreth. Bnan K. 304 
Hrle. Amy E 335 
Hilen, Gw\nne S. 
Hiles. Kimberly J. 283 
Hiles. Margaret A. 241, 286, : 
2%. 363 

Hilger, Jennifer L 

Hill, Annette G 335, 469 

Hill. Barn L 

Hill. Betn I- 281. 469 

Hill, Beverly A- 

Hill. Billy .V 

Hill. Brenda S. 

Hill, Caria D 

Hill. Carol I Z. 363 

Hill. Charles R 

Hill, C^Tith.a I 263. 446 



Hill. Robert M 421 
Hill. Sheila V 276 
Hill. Thomas M 33: 



lilpp. Paul F 



Hi Is. 



- 421 



Heil, Mai 
Heil, Paul 304 



Hits, Ravmond |. 364 
Hiliner. Reed T. 
Hilton, lanet L 
Himmler, |o A. 364 
Hinchman. Paula J, 261 



Index 493 



Hinkle, Icene B. 



Iicikle, Susan R 
linkle. Thela L A 
^insdale. Crover 
Hinlon, David B 



Hinlz, Doreen £ 

Hippe, Beth M. 272. 469 

Hipps. William K 319 

Hirsr-Schulz. ludilh 

Hisle, Barrv A- 

Hisle, lane W 244. 421 

Hisle. Russell E 

Hisle, Twila D 

Hissom. lohn S 

Hissom. Uura E 

Hissom. Terrv I 364 

Hitchcock. Donna L 284. 364 

Hite. Mary I 279. 421 

Ho. Muky.ng 421 

Hoag, Pam 245 

Hoagland, Robert \V 

Hobbs. Brenda M 

Hobbs. Deborah A 261. 364 

Hobbs, Dinah 

Hobbs. Rosemary 

Hochyvalt. Mar> I 214. 215. 446 

Hocker. Gibson T 201 



Hoi 



nth. 



Hodak, Harvey P 265 
Hodge. Deborah C 302, 364 
Hodge, Randall A 
Hodge. Sandra S 275. 263. 421 
Hodges. Betty R 
Hodges. Howard C, 
Hodges. Simeon P. 
Hodges. Tishana L- 
Hodgin. Laura | 332. 469 
Hoeker, Kenneth F 
Holacker, Tambra D 



Hoffman, Richaid C- |r 
Hogan. Anita I 
Hogan. Bobbie A 469 
Hogan. Mavis D 
Hogan. Shirley MS, 
Hoge. Patricia A 
Hogg. John S 
Hogg, Paul M 
Hogg. Wendell 
Hogue, Hosvard D 
Hogue. Victoria I 253. 364 
Hoinevs. lill 284 
Hoke. Steven I 
Holbrook, Albert E 
Holbrook, Benjamin F 
Holbrook. Dale £ 257. 469 
Holbrook. Ceraldine 
Holbrook, Harvey L 
Holbrook. Herman |r 
Holbrook. Hubert L 
Holbrook. lellery C 
Holbrook, Lee Ann 
Holbrook. Lisa D 
Holbrook, Mark R 364 
Holbrook. Terrell L 261. 364 
Holcomb. Annette L 421 
Holcomb. Crist! A 
Holcomb, Donelia I 
Holcomb. Michael 1, 
Holder, Elaine T 
Holder, Tanya R 446 
Holderbaum. Dwain L 364 
Holfinger, Pamela L 
Holfinger, Stephen K 
Holihan. Nancy M 
Holihan, Ronald 1 196. 252 
Hollan. Debra S 470 
Holland. Clayton £ 
Holland, David 1 180 
Holland. Hope M 
Holland. Margaret S. 
Holland. Mattie K. 
Holland, Russell C. 
Holleman, Michael R 
Hollenbeck, Carol 421 
Hollenbeck. Susan E 
Holler. Vicki D 
Holiday. Larry W 
Holliday. Mary L 446 
Holliday. Ron T 446 
Hollilield. Michael L 323, 364 
Hollmgsworth, Jackie 
Hollingsworth, Laura 
Hollingsworth. Paul A 
Hollister. Tamara B 278. 364 
Hollon. Kathy A 
Hollon. Lois A 28S. 364 
Hollonbeck. Carol L 311 
Hollovyay. Brenda V 
Holloway. Kenneth C 
Holloway. Kenneth E, 446 
Holloway, Ijtaunya R 446 
Hollowell, Chiton W 
Hollowell, Roseita C 
Holly, Warren D 
Holmes, Brenda S 
Holmes. Douglas L 301. 446 
Holmes. Eugenia 402 



ird 252 



. lay C 



Holt, lames W 
Holt, Phyllis A. 
Holt. Rebecca T, 
Holt, Rickey E. 



Holten, Roy P 

Holtjapple, Cindy B 325. 446 
Holtzapple. Shern j, 364 
Holtzclaw, Karen 
Holtzclaw. Kimberly 
Holzknechl. Donna S. 
Homan. lohn E, 259. 267. 421 
Honchel. Ralph 
Honer. Deborah A 
Honka. leanette L. 
Hood. Gregory L, 3% 
Hood. Wanda ) 470 
Hooker. Timothy L. 
Hoover, lacqueline H. 
Hoover. Melodv S 311 
Hoover. Robert R |r 
Hoover, Zella D 470 
Hope, Charles D 180 
Hopkins. Arnold 
Hopkins, Connie S. 
Hopkins. Danny L. 
Hopkins, Dororhy L 



Hopk. 



. Ishrr 



Hopkins. Jeff R. 
Hopkins, lerrv L, 
Hopkins, Karen G, 364 
Hopkins, Kaihy L, 

Hopkins. Ronald L. 
Hopkins. Sharon Sledd 
Hopkins, Tom M, 446 
Hoppe, Colleen T 470 
Hoppe, luhe A. 283 
Hopper, Charles C 
Hopper, Daniel f. 
Hopper, Dannv R. 
Hopper, Debra S. 
Hopper, Glinda K. 

Hopper, Nina I 
Hoppes, Ann W. 
Hord, Peggy E 280. 421 
Hord, Randy 5 



Horn, Sharon E 281, 470 
Horn. Thomas A 364 
Horn, Ules E 

Hornack, Carleen J, 264, 294, 298 
Hornack. Richard M 
Hornbeck, Rebecca L 
Hornbuckle, lames R 
Home. Ban N 306. 446 
Home. Betiy | 



Home 
Hornel 



lan E 



470 



nsbv, Helen M.H 272, 3 
nsby, lack R 
nsbv, Leonard 272, 421 
rar. Bndgetl K. 



, Alls 



,eman, |ane C H 
on, Charles W 
on. Donna M 281, 470 
on. Harold F 364 



Horvalh 


Michael I. 


Horvath 


Thomas C 


Hosking 


Gail S 


Hoskins 


Beisy C 


Hoskins 


Danny L 446 


Hoskins 


Donna L 


Hoskins 


Freddie D, 


Hoskins 


Gail 


Hoskins 


Ian L 297. 364, 470 


Hoskins 


Kimberty A 


Hoskms 


Martha I. 


Hoskins 


Mary L 470 


Hoskins 


Otis H 470 


Hoskins 


Tammy A. 


Hoskins 


Willie 1 ]r 


Hoskins- 


on. Debra A 264, 364 


Hosteller, Sandra M 


Hotchk 


s, Brian F 


Hoichk 


s, Stephen P 470 


Holler, 


Nathan S 


Hough, 


Michael £, 


Hounsh 


ell Deborah C. 


Hounshell, Rulh A 


Hounsh 


ell. Wordie |r. 



House. Millard R 

House. Randal 

House. Raymond D 197. 198. 237, 

238. 243. 246, 252, 271, 364 
House. Ronald T 
House. Sheila I 
House. William R 
Houser. David A 
Houser. Susan L £ 
Houston. Cathy S 421 
Houston, lohn K 

Houston! Sandra S 
Houston. Sherry L 332. 446 
Houston. Tammy | 470 
Hovis. Suzanne 364 
Howard. Charles C. |r 446 
Howard. Chester 
Howard. Clarissa R.C 



Howard 


Cynthia A. 


Howard 


Danny O, 


Howard 


David A. 


Howard 


Donna I. 


Howard 


Edward G. 


Howard 


Elaine C, 


Howard 


Elizabeth L 253 


Howard 


Gary £, 


Howard 


Gerald D, 


Howard 


Gloria C 


Howard 


Gregory G, 


Howard 


Ida E. 


Howard 


lames C 421 


Howard 


lames L 267 


Howard 


leflery L. 


Howard 


lerry D- 


Howard 


|o D. 446 


Howard 


lohn W 11 265. 277 


Howard 


ludith K 


Howard 


Keith |, 


Howard 


Kenneth R. 


Howard 


Kimberly S 422 


Howard 


Lantis K 


Howard 


Larry W. 


Howard 


Leigh A, 327, 470 


Howard 


Lexine 422 


Howard 


Linda S 


Howard 


Lisa B K 


Howard 


Lola 1 


Howard 


Lucinda C 


Howard 


Mary B, 264, 446 



Howai 



lard. 



. Myr. 



Howard. Phyllis 274 
Howard, Robert N 422 
Howard, Roger D 
Howard. Ronald I 
Howard. Ronna R 
Howard, Sandra 1 
Howard, Sandra L 240. 365 
Howard. Sarah J 
Howard. Sharon S 
Howard, Susan B, 
Howard, Thomas M. 470 
Howard, Virginia S 
Howard. Walter 447 
Howard, Walter R 
Howe. Franklin E- |r 272, 44) 
Howe, loan M, 277 
Howell, Carol H, 
Howell. Debbie I 402 
Howell, James M 



, Mai 



lichai 
, lill E 



319 



Bradley 365 
Howie. Bobby I 
Hoyt, Timothy f 365 
Hubbard. Cecil £ 
Hubbard. Dons A. 
Hubbard. Janet Y 
Hubbard. Lanny R 
Hubbard, Sandra I 446 
Hubble, Richard S Ir 
Huber. Larry C 446 
Huber. Margie W 
Huber. Phyllis W 
Hubei. Robert C 
Hubley. leKery A. 365 
Hubsch, John K Jr 
Hudepohl. Jeff H 320 
Hudson. Adna M 422 



Hudson, lohn E 



Hueletf. Myra 217 
Huelskamp. Kafherine 275. 422 
Huff. Barbara K A 



H 


ff. Betty L 


H 


ff, D 


mon 




ff. Donna J 278 


H 


ff. Donna L 


H 


If, C 


rry W 


H 


ff. C 


orgia A 


H 


Jif. lo 


hnny R 


H 


if. Li 
If, M 
jll. Ta 


da S 335. 422 
Hard R 


Hulfine 


1 Kenneth 




jifma 


. Florence S 


H 


jffma 


, lerry W 


" 


tfma 


, Robert L 

. Tamera R, 316 




jffma 


. Vickie L 365 




jflorc 


Cynthia 1 280. 470 


Hufsled 


er. Shirley L 


H 


Jgenberg, Elizabeth 


Hugenberg, Nancy H 


H 


jggins 


William A |r 


u 


Jghes 
jghes 
Jghes 


Adrianne 205. 274 
Barry L 
Brenda L 


Hughes 


Camela A. 


H 


Jghes 


Carnie T 


H 


Jghes 


Cathy A B 


H 


Jghes 


Charles A. 




Jghes 


Charles R, 


H 


Jghes 


Cheryl A 




Jghes 


Donald M. 


H 


Jghes 


Donna 1 310, 311. 



Hughes. Jay S 

Hughes. Karen R, 

Hughes. Louella B. 

Hughes, Man £ 

Hughes, Patricia I 470 

Hughes. Paul 

Hughes, Pearl J, 

Hughes, Robert D 

Hughes. Timothy P, 

Hughes, William A. 176. 180. 181, 

182. 184 
Hughlett, Daniel I, 
Hughlett, Volanda I. 365 
Huguely, Gary L 
Huhn, lames P, 
Hui, Chi S, 
Hui, Cinderella 
Hulett, Lisa L 470 

271, 274 



Hulell, Waller W. 
Hulette. John B. 
Hulette, Vicki J- 
Huls. ludy A, 
Hultz, Brian J. 280 
Humbert, Joseph M 



, lanet F. 359. 365 



Humphrey. Joseph C 
Humphrey. Kimberly A 470 
Humphrey. Rebecca A 422 
Humphrey Terry L, 



Hu 


mphries. Charles W 


Hu 


ndley. Franklin D 




ng, Fan-I 




ngler. Lisa A. 279 


Hu 


nley, Debbie A. 365 


Hu 


niey. Eugene 




nsucker. Larry G. 




nl. Ada Brown 



', Mildred 
. Robbin F 



y. Rhonda C 

. Brian K 

. Donna G, 447 



rt. K 


ennelh D 






rti, S 


usan C 470 






se! Ricky D,' 






skiss 


Dn, Marlene M 








Deborah M. 
Paul D. 
Teresa F 






iche 


son. Teresa C 






iche 


on, Terry L. 






ichir 


s, Catherine A. 


298 


365 


ichir 


s. Charles A 






tchin 


s. Rose M 






tchin 


son, Betty S. 
son, lack T. 40 







jichison, Dwight R 257, ■ 



Hyat 
Hyde 


Lonnie R 
Charles III 


Hyde 


Ora C 365 



Hykle. loseph Ir 402 



— I — 



;nacio. April L 
iohan. Sharon 
>gle, Kevin B 
igram. George 



iman, Alice M 233, 242, 248. 
365 

mis Andrea E 422 
-JTERDORM. MENS 259 
NTERDORM. WOMEN5 258 
NTERFRATERNITV COUNCIL 294 
iNTRAMURALS 218. 219. 220, 
221 

yin. Gloria I 

vin. Mitchell F 

vine. Dons B 

vine, Patty E 

win, Joseph M 

win, Nanette E 

aac, Christopher D, 180 

aacs. Brenda F, P, 

aacs, Douglas C, 



Hulett, Myrz 
Hulett. Sally 



sacs, Randall D. 

aacs. Robert |. 

aacs, Roy R 

aacs. S Curry 

aacs. Sandy K. 234. 242. 311 

aacs, Vida C 447 

bell. Jeri L. 261, 316, 365 

enberg, Eldon L, 



, Debrah D. 264. 327 422 



an. Gregory W. 447 
DO. Kathy S. 69. 275. 365 
3n, Kimberly D 
Dn, Norma K 298. 365 



-J- 



ack. Kathy A. 


ackson 


. Anita L, |, 


acksor 


, Cassandra E. 


acksor 


, Charles B. 


acksor 


. Charles W. |r. 


acksor 


, Danny L 


acksor 


, Debbie S, 447 


acksor 


, Diana L. 447 


acksor 


. Douglas Jr, 365 


acksor 


. Eric L 


acksor 


. George D 


ackso 


. Gregory R 


ackso 


, Harold Ir 


ackso 


, lames D 


ackso 


. lami A 


acksor 


'. lillanna 259. 365 


acksor 


, loe L, 


acksor 


, loseph C, 276 


lacksof 


. Karen A. 365 


lackso 


. Karen S. 294 


lack so 


, Leola M. 


lackso 


, Lynn E 


ackso 


. Marion L. 


ackso 


, Mary L. 


ackso 


. Melisa L. 


lackso 


, Patricia E 


lackso 


, Philena M. 214. 215 


lackso 


. Ralph 1 365 


ackso 


. Robert C 470 


lackso 


, Robert £ Jr 


Jackso 


. Sallie 


Jackso 


, Sally 1- 


lackso 


, Sue A 


lackso 


, Thomas R 


lackso 


, Vanessa G 


ackso 


, Victor L 276, 294, 336 


Jackso 


, William H Jr 447 


Jackso 


. Yolanda M. 365 


lacobe 


. luhana M 276. 365 


lacobe 


. Mary B 422 


lacobs 


Audeen P 


lacobs 


Bennie J 


lacobs 


C Price 470 


lacobs 


Elizabeth L 447 


lacobs 


Fritz F. 


lacobs 


Jack M 


lacobs 


Janet L 447 


lacobs 


Jenny L 


lacobs 


Lisa C 365 


lacobson. Scott A. 


laglow 


cz, lames T. 422 




Abdulla H. 


lames 


Carrie L 


lames. 


lay B 206. 207 


lames. 


Martha K, 



, S 1%, 197. 243 



son. Thomas E 330. 365 
on, Deborah A 228, 261 
on, luJie L 



, Beveriy A, 
, David T 447 
, lohn S 



281 



ledele, Randall E 
■ffries, Barbara A. R, 
■ffries, Barbara |, 447 
■ffries, Brenda I. 470 
■ffries, Elizabeth A, 
■ffries, Elizabeth L. 
■ffries, Nathan 
■nkins, Andreia L 
■nkins. Dale £ 
■nkins. Dayid R 
inkins. Deborah D C, 
■nkins. Delsie 
■nkins. Dianna L 
■nkins. Frances S 
■nkins, Mary A 298. 36' 



nne. Mary A 


266 




nnings 


David 


M 




nnings 
nnings 


Ernes 
James 


H^ 




nnings. 


Jerry 










£ 265 


470 


nnings. 


Leanc 


er C 


B 


nnings. 


Mario 


n W 




nnings. 


My re 


a 246 




nnings. 


Sondr 


a G. L 




nsen, Katherir 


e H. 


277. 422 


nt. Wil 


e 






rvis. La 


ry D. 







494 Index 



lewell. William H. 
links, Virginia N, 271, 27 
Jiroch, Elizabeth K. 
loest, Susan M. 
lohn, loseph F 
Johns. Clarence D 248 
Johns, lenniler C. 470 
lohns, Margie S- 
lohns, Mary L. 
Johns, Tanya L. 272 



|ohns< 
|ohns( 
|ohns< 
lohnst 
lohnsc 
lohnsc 
)ohns( 
lohnst 



. Augusta 
. Bobby I- 



loh 


C 


C 294 


328 


loh 


D 


366 




loh 


^le 


R 




Ion 


G 
ph 


251. 44 





lohnso 


n, Lisa F. 447 


lohnsc 


n, Margaret B, 


Johnsc 


n, Margaret S 


lohnsc 


n, Mark A. 


lohnsc 


n, Martha C. 


lohnsc 


n. Martha M, 


lohnsc 


n. Mary C. 


lohnsc 


n, Mary | 


lohnsc 


n. Melissa K. 


Johnsc 


n, Mike K. 309. 422 


lohnsc 


n, Mona 1, 


lohnsc 


n, Nancy 447 


lohnsc 


n, Nancy A 272 


lohnsc 


n. Nancy K. 470 


lohnsc 


n, Nanc> L 335 


lohnsc 


n, Nola M. 



lohnso 


n. Patricia A- 


lohnso 


n. Paul C 


lohnso 


n, Paulelle R 257, 275, 283 


366 




lohnso 


n, Phillip L. 


lohnso 


n, Ph.llip R 327 


lohnso 


n, Polly 470 


lohnso 


n. Priscilla A 422 


lohnso 


n, Ralph L 


lohnso 


n, Ramona M. 


lohnso 


n, Randv 


lohnso 


n, Roberl C 


lohnso 


n, Robert O 


lohnso 


n, Robert W 


lohnso 


n, Rob.n R, 283, 422 


lohnso 


n, Roderick D 


lohnso 


n, Rtxlney 5 


lohnso 


n, Roger A, 


lohnso 


n, Roy E 


lohnso 


n, Sandra A S. 



lohnsc 


n. Shirley L 470 


lohnsc 


n, Stephanie G. 


lohns 


n, Stuart A 447 


lohnsc 


n, Sue A. 


lohnsc 


n, Susan | 366, 44 


lohnsc 


n. Terry M, 


lohnsc 


n, Theodore B. 


lohns 


n. Timoihy E, 470 


lohns 


n, Valary L. 



lohnston. Glenn E, 366 
lohnston, Kathleen M 
lohnston, Kathy S 366 
lohnston, Mark A 



Cheryl A 
Cindic I. 
Darrell R 



loseph D 
loseph M. 
ludith A. 
Katherine C, 
Kathy L 
Kerry W. 

Kevan P 206, 207 
K.mberly | 366 
iberly S 275 



Lauri 



402 



281. 285, 315, 



Russell L 294, 31 
Samanatha 479 
Sanlord 263 



ordan, Douglas R 
ordan, Lrnna A 
ordan, Margaret B 
ordan, Patrick F- 
ordan, Stanley H 
ordan. Tommy D 
orgensen, lames I 
oseph, Bonnie K 
oseph, Carolyn 366 
.eph. Hazel R, 



gan, Walter F 
Bonnie K, 
oyce, Kathleen M 298 
luckett, Ann M 471 
lucks, Thomas R. 
ludd, layne E 71, 366 
lude, Cassandra I, 

Kathryn 
ludy, lane A 
udy, Margaret L 




Howard Will 
and nature. 



iams' choice of classrooms allows children to mix music 



I C 422 
lip C 
mond 422 



— K— 



Kam. David T 471 

Kaiser^ Belh A. 447 
Kaiser, Connie R 
Kaiser, Gerald C. 
Kaldenberg, David E. 280 
Kaldenberg. Gwen M. 259, 332, 422 
Kaliop, lamie M. 



oshida, 



loyce 



lichio 366 



Kamphaus, Will 

Kamuf, Kathy | 

Kannapel, Timothy |. 323. 447 

Kannapell, Anne L 235, 366 

KAPPA DELTA 313 

Kappeler, Trudy K. 422 



Kash, Phyllis R. 
Kasuga, Michat 



Keck, Debbie S. 

Keefe, Lisbeth M. 288, 297, 

Keehne, lames R. 



Kegley. Deborah E, 266, 287, 288 

297. 299, 313, 422 
Kehling. lulia M. 
Keifer, loann 422 
Keifer. Monica L. 216. 217, 298, 



Keilh, Brian A 
Keirh, Douglas B. 
Keith, Elizabeth G 
Keith, lacqueline M. 
Keith, Mark D. 
Keith. Sandra L. 
Keller. |. Ward 
Kelley, Dawn M, 
Kelley, Donald P. 423 
Kelley. Clenda L 423 
Kelley, Gregory S, 
Kelley, Howard W. 
Keliey, lames D. 
Kelley, lames L, 288 
Kelley, lo A. 
Kelley, loyce M, 423 
Kelley, Lisa A. 
Kelley, Michael I. 180 
Kelley, Norman D 
Kelley, Peggy L 
Kelley, Timothy S. 
Kellogg, Margaret M 
Kelly, Chris P 268, 448 
-Kelly, Dallas E 
Kelly, David R 306 
Kelly, Henry 
Kelly, Karen L 
Kelly, Maureen T 
Kelly, Meghan A. 448 
Kelly, Michael E. 
Kelly. Ollie 
Kelly, Peggy C. 
Kelly, Stephen P 
Kelroy. loseph F. 
Kelsch, Larry E 
Kelsch, Marie A. C 
Kelsey, Sherri L. 471 
Keltner, lennifer ) 448 
Kelty. Ronald |. 
Kemble. R Kirby 280. 448 
Kemp, Stephen W. 247, 366 
Kemper, h ' ' 



,■ D. 258 



. Mary G. 



Tipf. 



1 D. 366 



, leffrey A, 
Kendall. Susan M, 
Kendle. David R. 320. 423 
Kendrick. Kenneth R. 423 
Kennedy, David C. 36G 
Kennedy, David M. 232, 239. 242. 

247. 250. 267 
Kennedy, Gregory L. 402 



nedy. Ilene R. 
ennedy. lohn 5. 



270 



Kennedy. Michael W. 261, 
Kennedy. Patricia C. 298 
Kennedy, Shawna S 
Kennedy, Virginia K R. 
Kennel, Ruth L. 
Kenner, Margaret A. 



orthy. Vicki |. 272. 



146 



Kenz, Howard I 
Keough. Richard 
Kephan, Stephen i. 
e. Catherines 
los. Donna L 396 
, Cindv L. 270. 44n 

[ Kellie S. 



Kerwin, Oenise A. 
Kesselring. Donna S. 402 
Kessinger. lerry L. 
Kessinger. John M. 323 
Kessinger, Mark £. 
Kessler. Craig A 367 
Kessler. Nancy f 
Keiani. Raphael \ . 
Kever, Gregor> S. 330. 423 
Kever. Michelle R. 311. 471 
Key, Hope I. 247, 367 
Key. Peler G. 367 
Key, Samuel D. 
Key, William A 
Kezele, Deborah S 



Khun, 



. lays. 



<idd, Allen I 471 
Kidd. David W. 257 
Kidd, Flovd R- 
Kidd. Karen K, 448 
Kidd. Kath\ L. 367 
Kidd, Linda G. 
Kidd. Lonnie |. 
Kidd. Marc S 326 
Kidd. Patricia K. 
Kidd. Sheila 8. 
Kidd, Tracev L 
K.dwell, Billv D 



Kilburn, Anna M 
Kilburn, Clarenc* 
Kilburn, Toby A. 
Kilby. Brenda E 
Kilby, Ralph L 3t 



Cilch, le. 

Cilgore. Bobb\ C 

iilgore. Donna L. 52. 240, 245. 



Kilgore. leffen, B. 
Killen. Christine F, 
Killen. Mar\ 291. 367 
Killen, Mary |, 
Killen, Royce B. 
Killingsworth, Margar 
Killion, Deborah |. 
Killman, BilUe 285 
Kimball. Kelly P. 
Ktmberlain. Karen 367 
Kimberlain, Karen L 
Kincaid. Barr> W. 
Kincaid. Can- VV. 
Kincaid. Harold 
Kincaid. Harold F. 
Kmcaid. lack P, 



423 



Kincaid, Shellv 
Kincaid. Shelly e R. 
Kincaid. Virgil 368 
Kincaid, Virgil G. 248 
Kincaid. William 368 
Kincaid. William H. 
Kmcheioe. Michael 368 
Kincheloe. .Michael A. 
Kindeil. Beverly 368 
Kindell, Beverly A 
Kinder, Catherine L. 
Kinder, Karin 33Z 423 
Kinder, karin L. 
Kinder, Kathv 368 
Kindred, Michael L 
King. Ada D. 
King, Angela R 
King, Barbara 368 
King, Barbara S 288 
King. Beverly |. 
King. Cheryl H. 
King. Connie K 
King, Crit Jr. 
King, Deborah 423 
King, Deobr^h L. 
King, lames T. 
King, Jeffereon J. 
King. Joseph M. 



423 



King, Kather\n 
King, Kathrvn C 
King, 



423 



Index 495 



King, Lawrence I. 

King, Linda K. 

King, Linda M. 

King, Louise M. 

King, Margaret L. 

King, Marie A. 471 

King. R. Mark 36t 

King, Mary S. 

King, Michelle 368 

King, Norris D 

King, Robert C, 

King, Robcrl M, 278, 280, 368 

King, Ronald L. 368 

King, Samuel E. 

King, Sharon R 

King, Shauna M, 368 

King! Slcphen T 

King, Teresa A 

King, Thomas A 423 

King, Timolhy A, 423 

King, Timolhy R 285, 423 

King, Vickie M 

King, William D 

Kinghorn, Kalhlecn M 264, 423 

Kinglon, Deborah L. 

Kinkade, Cheryl S, 368 

Kinkade, Wanda O 

Kinker, Ian L- 

Kinley, loyce D, 276 

Kinman, Karen L 

Kinman, Kevin L 272 



leparek, loan M. 

, Kathryn A. 
', Carolyn R. 



, Willia 



linglei 



423 



n. William O 369 

Angela 448 
<lod, George C 
<lod, Georgena S 

Michael S 448 
er, Beverly G. 
Knapp, Robin B 



Knasel, 



iich,iel T 



Knifley, Cherie C 
Knighl, Beverly Y 
Knight. Elizabeth 
Knight, lanel L 278. 423 
Knight. Rachel H. 
Knight. Roy I 369 
Knighl. Ton- 



iiplei 



inda I 



viper. 



yn S 294. 297, 448 



lacl R. 



Kirby. Bonnie HS 
Kirbv, Claudia L. 368 
Kirby, Deborah A 
Kirby, Earl G. 
Ktrbv, lanel L 
Kirbv, Kimberly I 368 
Kirby, Otlaway )r 
Kirby. Roger D 
Kirchholl, Fred I Ir. 368 
Kirchner. Maunre L 
Kirk. Alesia 448 

Kirk! Darrel C ]r. 
Kirk. Deborah 1, 
Kirk. Kimberly B 335 

Kirk! Pamela S 423 
Kirkland, Charlolte S 448 
Kirkpalntk. lean M 448 
Kirkpalrick. lellrey 326 
Kirkpatrick, Lisa C 448 
Kirkwood, Uura I. 261, 423 
Kirkwood, Molly K 272, 471 
Kirn. Debora S 402 
Kirsrh. Lesa j 
Kiser. Diane L 313, 448 
Kiser, lai 



Knippenberg, Glenn E, 369 
Knott. Kenneth L. 

Koard. Scott 471 
Ko. Kam Wah 396 
Ko. Robyn P, 369 
Koehler. loan R 402 



Konen. Ruth E 
Koogler. Ceil C 448 
Kookendoffer. David O 
Koontz, Wayne E 
Kopadt. Beth A E 
Kops, Dana L 313 
Korb, Sally L 
Korfhage, Shai 



ortbei 



, Deni 



Kotheimer, David A 

Kovacs, Douglas E 304 
Kovener, David L 
Kowis, Luanda K 253, 424 
Kowilz, Diane R 247, 369 
Kozee, Patricia L 471 



Kozc 



izuh. 






, 449 



, Robei 



368 



i D 368 



, Can 



448 



Kielland, Robert D 
Klaver, Kenneth P 
Klfier, Charles I III 423 
Klein, David M 
Klein, Dennis M. 
Klein, Kathy L, 262, 471 
Kleinjan, Dale O 
Klensch, Karen A, 264, 369 



EKU rouridball fans chanted "GO BIG E!!!!" 
as the Colonels won the OVC Conference ti- 



ihenbuhl, Gail E 



rebs 


leane 


c F 257 


268, 


49 




rebs 


Sleph 


n D 








recic 


ki, Cyn 


thia A 4 


24 






remc 


r, Chr 


stopher 


244 


257 


261 


424 












remper, Lyr 


n A 369 








esge 


, David C 319 








etm 


an, Wi 


throp H 








"Z. 


Id, Be 


eriy 1 
h R 328 


424 








troplin, Mark A, 319 
(roih, Paul 278 
Crupr, Deni$e L, -149 



ubale. Cordelia 
Kubilius, Nancy A. 42A 
Kuchenbfod, Margaret 
Kuchenbuch, Pamela A. 
Kuebbmg, Carol 1 369 
Kuegel. Bruce E 
Kuell, Catherine R 
Kuhn, Stephen | 
Kulp, Brian B. 
Kulp, Sharon 
Kundert. )ean M. 402 
Kunkle. Karen A, 
Kunkle, Leslie A, 449 
Kunkle. Linda S 
Kuniz, lames R. 

Kurtz, Linda D, 
Kurtz, Timothy 5 
Kustes, Jeff W. 



— L- 



Labarbera, Samuel S, 
Labriola, jean L 
Lackey, lackson 6. 
Lackey, Jessie K. 
Lacour, Cere D, 
Laduke, Dawn M. 
Lalavers, Shirley R. 
LaHerty, Ann M. 335 
Lagarde, Larry C 
Lainhart, Carolyn C. 369 
Lainhart, Fred C 471 
Lainhart, ludy D 



nhart 



Lair 



- 402 



Lai 


d, Mary E. W. 


Lak 


a, George L. 


Lake, Gene 5, 


Lak 


e, Kirk D 


Lak 


e, William K, 


Lakes. Erhel 1 R 


Lak 


es, Laverne 424 


Lak 


es. Terry W. 209 


Lakes. Wavelene M 


Lai 


a, Scott C 


Lai 


ey, Floyd D. 


Lan 


n. King N 

nb, Charlotte G 


Lan 


lb, Donald |. 


Lar 


lb. Marcia C. 


Lan 


lb. Phillip M 


Lar 


lb, Vernon B 


LA 


VIBDA CHI ALPHA 314 


Lamhdm, Douglas £ 315, 


Lar 


nbers, David L 


Lar 


nberi, Eugene C. 


lar 


iberl, Lew.s M. 274. 36 


Lar 


nberl! Paul 288 


Lar 


ibeth. Debbie P 




nbelh. loseph B 




nk.n, Beth A. 


Lan 


nkin. Howard K 


Lar 


caster, Deborah L 471 


Lar 


caster, Freida G 


Lar 


caster. Larry W 449 


Lar 


caster. Renee 402 


Lar 


easier, Roberta A 471 


Lar 


ce, Deanna L. 278, 424 


Lar 


d, Anna M 


Lar 


d, Sobbi G 


Lar 


d, Gregory L. 471 


Lar 


d, Gregory S 257 


Lar 


drum. |ohn V 




drum. Terry L 270 


Lar 


drum. William B 


Lar 


dry, Dana L 


Lar 


dry, Sandra D. 


Lar 


e. Ann M 369 


Lar 


e. Deborah L 283, 471 


Lar 


e, Edna V. 


La 


e, loann C. 402 


Lar 


e, Josephine G 



Lane, Margaret E 253 

Lane, Pamela 

Lane, Ruth E 

Lane, Victoria S 449 

Lang, Donna M, 369 

Lang, Greg E 471 

Lang, fonna R 369 

Lang, Lisa j 262, 449 

Lang, Nancy I 271 

Lang, Tamela | 264 

lang, Theresa M 217 

Lang, Wayne A 369 

langdon, Elmer R Ir 

Langdon, Flossie K 

Langdon, Lenwood R 

Langdon, Pat G 

Langdon, Walter R 

Lange, Robert E. 

Langlord, Timothy E 449 

Langley, Carolyn | 

Langley, Connie C 288, 424 

Languedoc, Daniel O 304, 369 

Lanham, Clara I 

lanham, Ronald R 



Lantz, Bridget F 268 
Lantz, Donna M 268 
Lantz, Kathenne A. 268 
Lark, loyce M 
Larkey, Susan C. 
Larkey, Timolhy A, 
Larkin, William S, 



rosa, Patricia A, 
irrison, Kevin E, 
rson, Denise E 424 
sch, lames H 
,sh, Dianne L 369 
,sh. Dons B 
sh, Theresa M 449 
ski, Edward 5 177, 180, 184 
asky, Barbara A 



asley, Shari 



on, Albert I 

on, Anthony S 424 

on, Barry T, 237, 369 

on, Betty D 280 

on, Brenda B 

on, Carol L 

on, Darryl M 180 

on, Elizabeth A H, 

on, Frances G. 

on, Gilbert F 424 



rson, Sandra C 
/son, Sandra K : 
rson, Stephen E 
rson, Vickt 1 R 
, Robert S. 
U<, Thomas I, 
, Daniel W. 
, Eddie D. 
■, Edith C. 
, Robert C 
■, Sheryl A 



369 



aun, George D, 
AW ENFORCEMENT 
ASSOCIATION 266 



, 449 



, Patri 






yman, Elizabeth G 471 
yne, Bert 
vne, Richard D 
lyton, Cecil B 
yton, Deborah K 
yton, Eddie D 
•3ch, Allan R. 
each, Andrew I |r 
each, Carlotta I 369 
ich, David B 
ich, Faye 
cH, Caylon S 
each, George R 
each. Holly L 283, 370 
each, lames P 
jerry D 



athers, Mary | 
alhers, Terry L 449 
athers, Vicki L 273 
■avenworlh. Laurie R, 
beau, Richard I 
ber, lerry L 
ecomple, Tnna D 
edbetter, Larry T 424 

dlord, Gail L 
ediord, lames P III 
ediord, Vivian C H- 
dington, joe E 
e, Aaron S 402 



, Cecily I 260, 370 

, Charles D 

, Cynthia M 

, Deborah L 370 

, Donald W jr 

, Gary M 424 



, Robert O 285 



onard, |oy E 402 

onard! Shiela A 

onhard, Margaret L 424 

slie, Rebecca A 

ssard, Beth 275 

ssard, Mary E 263, 424 

ssard, Paul F 

ster, Caria L. 

ster, Denis C, 

,ter, Donald B. 

,ter, Jack E 424 

iter, Margaret M 

.let, Sandra K, 

.ter, Sherri L 261, 403 

,ler, Tina M. 277, 449 
etcher, Rebecca A 
etcher. Ronald W 



, David R 
', Avonda 1 
is, Alan j : 



lel), 
es I Jr, 



lenberger, Michael 

eigh, Carlos Jr 
igh, lamie B, 

eight, Steve I 
'ininger, Robert W, 25^ 
•inweber, Bruce D 
•isge. Kimberly C 471 
■ist, Bart 206, 207 259, 
269, 270 449 
■ist, Caylynn M, 424 
riter, Robert 8. 



eming. John E 

emoni, Cynthia G 
emons, Gregory K 
eMoyne, Gary 277 
enahan. Timothy A 
cnch, Michele M 472 
enhart, Anita I 52, 449 



■nihan, |ai 



vis, Claudia I 
vis, Cynthia D 
vis, Cynthia G 
vis, Cynthia J 



is, loan 
is, loyce 


C 


2B4, 472 
W 
403 


is, Larry 
is, Larry 







VIS, Philip A 424 
vis, Phyllis A 
vis, Rhonda K 



,, Sharon K. 
,, Shawn L 
„ Susan M, 449 



ichaa, Albert I 
ichteleld. Bill L, 
ichleleld, Mary C 370 
ichty, Barbara E 
iddle, Mary L 
iddy, Matthew 5 
ies, Barbara A. 281 
ile, Kevin 5 
idand, Carolyn F 
idand, Mitchel I 
iggett, Robin M, 



■s, Martin W, 
■s, Willie C 
,, Anne S 370 



496 Index 



Lindboe. Ann M 
Ltndboe. Eric C 
Lindon, Clenda 

Lindon, Lorrie W 
Lindon, 



. 250 



LindquiU. 
Lindsay. Kay E 424 
Linebach. Deborah L 
Lineberrv. Cheri L, 297, 450 
Lingle. Beiiv I 265 
Link. James A 370 
Link. Marv E, 450 
Linn, Stephen M 313. 315 
Linnenkohl, Marcia 1 450 
Linrner. Charloiie ) 
Linton. Mary E. 424 
Linville, Philip W 
Linville, Roben L 
Lio, A Mei 
Lipps, lanice S. 
L.pps. Kaiherine 
Ltpps. Kathleen 
Lippy. Dennis K 424 
Lisanby. Frederick C, 
Lisch. Kathv A 73, 211. 215. 

370 
Lisle, Fietden Ir 
Lisle, lohn T. 
List, LesI.e S 316 
List, Mike R. 

Litsey, lohn B, 424 
Litleral. William D. 
Little, Alan C 



Little, Carol D ■ 
Little. David C 
Little. David H. 
Little, Dora B 



LITTLE COLONELS 2 



Livingood. Frances C. 
Livingood, J Gregory 
Livingood. Ronald G. 
Livingston, Betty C 
Livingston. David F. 
Livingston. Peter L 
Livingstone, Patricia 
Lloyd. Donald I 371 
Lloyd. Errc F. 
Lloyd. Mark E. 450 
Lloyd, Stephanie C- 
Lloyd, Sueanne K. 
Loar. Tammy D. 450 
Lockaby, Barbara R- 
Lockard. Dianne E. 
Lockard, Mika R. 
Lockard. Ralph V. 
Locke. Prudence L. 371 
Locke, Rodney L. 
Locke. William E. 
Locker, Jeff C, 
Lockett, Kenneth 
Lockhart. Donald W 
Lockhart, Elizabeth A. 
Lockndge. Robert G 319, 371 
Lockridge, Thomas L. 319 
Lockyer. Cathy S, 371 
Loelfler. Donna B. 
Loeser, Charles W 
Loeser. Gregory A 
Logan, Cai 



Logai 



ard f 



424 



Logan, Ho 
Logan. Richard V 
Logan, Stanley G. 
Logan, Stuart |. 

Logsdon, Kathryn N, 370 
Logsdon, Lisa G 272, 472 
Logsdon, Mark A 272. 424 

Logsdon! Timothy R, 
Lohden. )oe D 

Lokits. Cynthia L, 
Lombard, 5 Dons W 
Lombardo. Karen K. 

London, 'Marsha Y. 472 

Long. Bette S 

Long. Carol S 332. 371 

Long. Charles M. 

Long, Cindy I. 

Long, Cynthia D, 

Long. Diana L S 

Long. Evelyn |. 

Long, Gary A 

Long, Glenn A. 371 

Long, Gwen G 

Long, lames )r 

Long, lames W 

Long, jane E. 73. 252. 371 

Long, larvis K 

long, leffrey D 327, 424 

Long, lennifer D- 424 

Long, lohn M. 

Long. Judith E. M 

Long, lune T 

Long. Karen B 206, 207. 472 

Long, Kathleen M 450 

Long, Kathryn S 450 

Long, Kennelh H |r 

Long, Larry W 246, 371 

Long! Lynne C. 
Long, Merrill N. 

Long, Nancy |. W. 
Long. Robert F, 
Long, Ronald E. 
Long. Sheila D. 
Longona. Noe A, 
Longworth. Sheryl A 472 
Loomis. Charles M 
Looney. Anthony D. 
Looney, Cheryl A. M. 
Looney, Donald D. 



Looney, Sharon R 
Loop, ludr K 
Loop, Tom C. 
Looper. Kathleen D. R, 

Loper, Terry L, 320. 424 



. Sherry G. 261. 425 
Lother, Randy C. 
Loll, Julie K 249 
Lollo, Michael L. 257. 450 
Loudermilk. Charles A, 

Loughran. James V. 
Loulhan, Stephen P 439 
Love. Lee A, 251, 279 



Love, William A. 
Lovelace, Karen D. 
Loveland, Howard B. 
Loveless. Patrick B. 
Lovell, Belinda E V. 
Lovell. Glenda J. 
Lovell. lohn C. 425 
Lovely, Charles W 
Lovely. George Ann h 



, Ronald L 
. Cheryl L. 
, Diane C. 371 



Lower, Dons D 
Lowerv, Donna L. 
Lowery, John W |r 
Lowery. Teresa S. 
Lowry. Brenda L. 450 

Loyal. Janet K 294. 371 
Loze. George W 



1icha< 



Lubay, BetF 



Lucie, John D. 
Lucketl, Elizabeth C. 
Luckey. Margaret A. 425 
Ludwig, Thomas L 278, 450 



Lumpkins, Terri L 
Lunceford, George 
Lundqulst, Vernon 178 
Lundy. Steven P. 
Lunsford. Belinda H, 

Lunsford. David C. 
Lunsford. Earl 
Lunsford, Gary E. 
Lunsford, Robert J. 472 
Lunsford, Ronald E. 
Luper. Devin 



Luper. 



276 



Lusby. Allyson K 450 
Lush. Bonnie K 371 
Lusher, William E. jr. 
Lutes. Debbie L. 472 
Lutes, Ronald 
LuHrell, Alice V 371 
Luttrell, Debbre K 271, 450 
Luiz. Fred W 

Luy, Mitchell |. 
Luyster. Amy 1. 230, 311. 371 
Lvkes. Randall S. 472 
Lykes. Russell D. 450 
Lykins, Marcus L, 309 
Lykins, Rebecca A. 316 
Lyle. Mary M, 



Lynch. Leslie A 

Lynch, Linda S 

Lynch. Rhonda S. 

Lynch. Richard L. 

Lynch. Theresa A. 425 

Lynch, William M. 

Lynd, lohn K. 

Lynn. |enni(er M. 

Lynn. Kathleen A. B. 

Lynn. Michael G. 

Lynne, William S. 

Lyon, loe A. 

Lyon, Linda N. 

Lyons. Brent T. 

Lyons. Danny R. 

Lyons, Deborah M, M. 

Lyons. Dwight D 425 

Lyons, Emily S. 

Lyons, Kaihi A. 371 

Lyons, Kevin L. 320 

Lyons, Kimberly A. 275, 450 

Lyons, Larry D 

Lyons, Marietta C 

Lyons, Mary A 425 

Lyons, Steven D. 161. 330, 425 

Lyons, Tommy L. 

Lyons, William F- 294, 319 

Lysle, Yolonda S. 272 



Lytle, 



— M- 



Mdbry, George M. 
Mabry, Kim M. 
Mabry. Merlin L, 
Mabson, Bennie A. 276 
Mabson, Roy S. 
Mabson. Simon P. 276 
Macchia. John L. 
Macchia. Rose C M 
Macconaugha, April L. 
Machado, Fernando 
Machuzak. Michael I 191 
Mack. Anna M 
Mack. Floyd B. 
Mack, locelyn T. 
Mark. John T, 
Mack, Ronald 276 . 
Macke, Leah M. 
MacKinnon. Morris 



MacLaren, Marc 
Macy, Jackie L. 
Macy, Jonell 311. 450 
Madden, Donnie J. 
Madden, Kalhy S, 283, 311, 425 
Madden, Rayma 5. 
Madden. Robin S 283. 311. 425 
Madden. Wade S 450 
Maddocks. Christopher 
Mdddox. John M. 
Madison. Ruth W 
Maegly. Mary C. 450 
Magee, Brenda C. 212, 274 
Maggard, Altce M. 264. 371 
Maggard, Brenda K. 371 
MdRgard. Christy L, 264 
Maggard, Consuella H 
Maggard, Deborah |. 
Maggard. Lon A 
Maggard. Margaret S. 248 
Maggard. Martha C. 
Maggatd. Pamela I 371 
Maggard. Sonja L 371 
Magin, |udith A 450 
Magmnis. Molly 248 
Maginnis, Mary A 371 
Magliano, Barbara M. 294, 332 
Magliano. Mary B- 332 
Magnuson, leanne A 212. 371 
Magrum, Richard B 
Maguire. Mary L 472 
Magura, Elizabeth U 270. 371 
Mahan, Aaron 268 
Mahan. Michael F. 450 
Mahan. Shane G- 327, 425 
Mahler. Angela D 472 
Mahuron, Roger L 
Mai, Barbara M 
Maiden, Stuart A, 425 
Mams, Greg H 



Ma)or, Russell E. 
Maki. Jacqueline R. 
Malcom, Melissa A. 
Malear, Ralph L. 
Malella, Cheryl A 

Malkin, Betty A- 450 
Mallery, Mike P 
Malone, Gregory A. 
Malone. Margaret A. 
Malone, Maureen C 
Malone. Phillip L, 
Malone, Timothy P 
Malone, William D. 371 
Malonev. Jennifer M. 258. 472 
Maloney. Patricia R 472 
Maloney, Susan L 



Manchikes, Alice W, 
Manges. Thomas L. II 450 
Mangin, Cynthia A. 403 
Mangus, Lisa E 
Mangus. Robert 1. 
Mams, ludv G. 
Mams, Peggy L 
Mams, Rebecca S. 

Mann, Charlene C. 
Mann, Dolores L 
Mann, Edith D 
Mann, lames M 
Mann, Joel D. 472 
Mann, Rickie A. 281 
Mann, Rocky D. 
Mann, Thomas A, 450 
Manning, Carolyn D, 
Manning. Cynthia L. 
Manning, Joseph R. 
Manning. Kristina M. 
Manning. Lawrence R. 
Mannix, Ann E. 472 
Manor, Barry V. 
Mansfield, Billy B. 
Mansfield. Dolphus M. 
Mansfield, lames A, 
Mansfield, Kurt O 
Manz. Michael 8. 323 
Mapes. Claudia A 403 
Maphet. Norma K. 
Maples, Carol M 371 
Maples, Kathy R, 371 
Marburger, Eugenia A. 

Marchese, Linda L 216, 217, 238. 



■cum. Jeffery A. 306, 372 

■cum. Palsy A. 

■cum, Rhoda Karen 277, 450 



Marefat. Mehrdad 
Margel. Neil C. 
Markell. Marilyn 372 
Markem, |ulia D. 450 
Marken. Stephen E- 
Markland. Mary S. B. 
Marks, Steven A- 403 
Marksberry. Rebecca 425 
Marksberry. Shawn L. 472 
Marksbury, Charles D. 



Marlette, Frances S. 
Mafk'ttc, Gail A. 
Maflow, Patricia A. 
Marlowe, CynlhJa L, 425 
Marlowe. Matthew D. 320, 450 
Mjrlowe, Menia W. 
Marple. Keith E. Jr. 
Marsden, Antonio S. 
Marsh, Ellen R 262 
Marsh, lohn B, 
Marsh, Sharon L, 
Marshall. Anna M, 
Marshall, Bfttnda C 472 
Marshall, Christopher 
Marshall. Cornelia A. 
Marshall, Dorna L, 
Marshall, Dorna L 
Marshall, Felicia 1. 
Marshall. Glenn R. 
Marshall, lanei L. 450 
Marshall, lanei L. 
Marshall, Kizzie L- 
Marshall. Michael W. 
Marshall, Nancy M 472 



Marshall. Tessic- L 
Marshall, Vickie L. 
Marshall, Vickie R 403. 425 
Marshall, Yolanda J 425 
Marsion. Todd 425 
Martin, Alan D. 
Marlin. Anne S 
Martin, Barbara L 425 
Martin, Barbara L 472 
Martin. Bruce W 
Martin. Buford K 
Martin. Cathy A 
Martin, Cheryl L. 275, 425 



, Com 



, 450 



Mariin. Darrell E. 472 
Martin. David H 425 
Marlm. Debbie |, 372 
Martin. Donna L. 
Martin. Ellen L. 
Martin, George £. 372 
Marlin, George W. 
Marlin, Jack D Jr 180, 183 
Martin. Jack W 280 
Martin. James H, 
Martin. James M, |r 
Martin. Jamie G 
Martin, lenny C, 
Martin. John 288. 373 
Martin. John A 272 
Martin. Joy 450 
Mariin. Judith B. 
Martin. June H 
Martin. Laurel L 272. 450 
Martin. Leeda |. 
Martin, Leslie |- 
Martin. Linda D. 248. 372 
Martin. Lisa H 277, 372 
Mariin. Marsha 8. 
Martin. Maureen K. 
Martin. Melissa |. 
Mariin. Michael W 
Martin, Paul A. |r, 
Mariin, Pricilla R 
Mariin. Rebecca I 
Martin, Robert W. 315. 425 
Martin. Robin L. 

Martin] Ronald L. 

Martin. Roy L 278. A25 

Martin. Sam 111 

Martin. Sandra 

Martin. Sharon H, 403 

Mariin. Sharon K 

Martin. Stephen D 

Martin. Sybil A, 

Martin, Tanya L 472 

Martin. Tina S. 472 

Martin. Verna R, 

Martin, Violet E 

Marlindale. Lee A 252. 274. 372 



Marvurger, Eugenia A I 
Marx. Lee 315, 403 
Masden. Cohen L 425 
Masden. Franklin D 471 



Mash. Mark L. 472 
Mason. Carolyn P 
Mason, Charlena 372 

Mason! Marvin |r. 
Mason, Natalie S, 472 



Massey. Lowell 240, 245. 285 
Masters. Claudia F- 
Masiers, Donna M, 

Masters, loseph L 
MASTERS OF BUSINESS 

ASSOCIATION 260 
Masters. Paula A. 
Masiers. Susan K 
Masters. Thomas R. 
Masterson. Debra L. 
Masterson, George E- 
Masterson, John C. 
Masterson. Thomas R, 
Mastrangelo. Philip M 372 
Mastrean. Brenda C 
Mathew. John 
Mathews, Barbara S 
Malhias. Jana S, 
Mathis, Sherry A. 
Matlock. Douglas |. 
Matney, Billy W. 
Matney, Randel D. 
Matracia, lenifer S. 272, 372 
Matsuoka, Kelko 
Matthis. Edna M. 
Mattingly. Bernard W, 
Mattingly, Beitye |. 472 
Mattingly. Cynthia M. 
Mattingly, lames M, 
Mattingly, lames W 
Mattingly. Janet H. 
Mattingly, Michael K. 
Maitingly, Patricia A. 



Mattingly, Sumo A. 472 
Mattingly, Suun R. 403 
Mattmill^r, Michael F. 
MalioK, Mitk T, 
Matir^x, Ricky A. 257, 425 
Maudlin, Kennelh E 472 
Miuer, (rich C. 327 
Mauney, Mary M, 
Maupin, Hjzrl A. 302 
Mjuptn, Jennifer L 450 
Maupin. t^lhy ). 
Maupin, Mie M. 
Maupin, Margjrct F. 
Mjupin, Marvin C. Jr. 
Maupin, Mildred 
Maupin, Roi;er D, 
Mauro, Karen A. 
Mauzy, ChaHie P. 4S0 
Matey, Marlon R. 473 
Maxie, Ricky L, 
Maton, tam«s M, 
Maxwell, Brenda L 276 
May, Brenda S, 
May. John 
May, Kenneth D. 
May. Leslie B. 
May, Mark S. 246. 259, 450 
May. Normandie M. 274, 473 
May, Patrick Jr. 
May, Sandra W, 
Mayberry, Danita f, 
.Maybrier. Connie O. 
Maybrier, Phyllis K. 
Mayes, Donna M. 
Mayes, McKinley t 
Mayes, Ruth Y. 
Mayfield, Kalhy |. 
Mayfield, Kenneth L 
Mayfield, Richard A. 
Mayfield, Thon«s V, 
Mayfield, Wanda H 
Mayhugh. :Mary A 284. 473 
Maynard. Dlorah 473 
Maynard, Elizabeth A. 
Maynard. Jennifer L 425 
Maynard, Sharon H, 
MayTie, Catherine |, 
Mayne. lanws R. 
Mayne. Pamela A. 261. 425 
Mayo, Royce F, 
Mays. Jill 450 
Mays. Paula B. 



Ma: 



. Gar* 



McAbee. Bobby L 
McAdam. Beth A 
McAfee, Donna C. 
McAfee, Rayna C 
.McAllister. Roben F. 
McAnallen, Kevin L 
McBeath. Danny 5. 
McBeath. David P. 
McBrayer, Donald J. 
McBride. Judith A- 
McBride, Marietta C, 
McBnen. Kevin R 
McBurney. Margaret M. 259. 3' 
McCabe, Kathleen M. 
McCaffer>. .Martha J. 372 
McCallisier. Scott W 
McCallum. Marshall |. 267 
McCallum. Roben B 
McCandless. Robert W 
McCann. Eleanor H. 
McCann. | Michael 372 
McCann. lames M, 
McCann. Pam A. 450 
McCann. Teresa M 
McCarter. Donald L 259, 372 
McCanhv. lohn L 
McCanhv. Leslie 372 
McCarthv. \larv C. 
McCanv. Jackie L. 
McCartv. Kevin C 
McCam, NancN H 
McCanv, Ralph G, 
McChargue. Carlos I 425 
McChargue. Dianna Ft_ 250 
McChesney. Cwen K. 
McClain. Bobby \V 
McClain, George G 327 
McClain. Lisa A 
McClain. Mar> T 
McClain. Ricky L 
McClaio. Shawna L 
McCla.n, Tammv K 251. 271 
McClanahan, Donna D. 
McClanahan, lean M 450 
McClaran, Ann M 
McClartv, Ksle L, 450 
McCtar\, Melissa S. 
McClave. Randv N 
McClearv, Teresa M 264. 3~2 
McCleese, Roben A 425 
McClellan, Carne M. 
McClellan, Mar\ S 473 
McClellan. Rickei \ 
McClellan. \Tcki D. 
McClelland. Casev |. 
McClelland, Deborah K. 
McClendon. CaroKn S. 
McClennev. Anthonv R. 
McClure. CaroKn A. 425 
McClure. Dons K 
McOure. Gar\ L. 
McClure. loan M. 
McClure. Karen 355 450 
McClure. Michael C 
McClure, Shirlev A 
McCoige, Hal M. 
McCollum. Barbara A. 
McCoUum. G Steven 450 
McCollum. Perry \N, 
McComis. Natalie D. 450 
McConaha. lohn B. 
McConathy. Terrv L 
McConkey. John M, 
\tcConkey, Teresa L 298. 425 
McConnaughhav, DawTie 
McConnell. Donnald G. 
McConnell. Emmitt E. 
NVrCord, David A- 
McCord, John A 
McCormack. Timothv 
McCormicV. Belinda K- 
McCormici. Gary W. 
McCormick, Jini 
McCormick. 
\V:Coun. Jei 
\*cCoun. La 



ida L. 



Index 497 



McCowan, lames 

McCowan, Karen J. -473 

McCowan, Ronnie V 

McCoy. Beverly P. 

McCoy, Bonnie J. 

McCoy, David N, 

McCoy, Ion M. 249, 372 

McCoy, Mary I, 473 

McCoy, Norman C, 

McCoy. Regina K 425 

McCoy. Ted D, 

McCoy, Virginia D. 

McCracken. David M 425 

McCracken, Dennis P 473 
McCrary, Michele A 
McCrea, leanerre A 
McCreary, Bertha R 
McCreary. Deborah D 372 
McCryslal. Mike A 
McCuddv, Roger C 
MtCullough, Clifford 180 
McCullough, Gregory A 396 
McCullough. Judy A 
McCullough. Mark H, 
McCullough, Mary 8- 
McCullum, Diane M. 450 
McCune, Charles I. 



, Dan E 201 
, lack A. 



McDaniel. Kaihv L 251. 425 
McDaniel, Pamela K 
McDaniel. Ricky L 
McDaniel. Rub\ N 
McDaniel, William D 
McDavitt. Polly O 230. 242. 261. 

265. 372 
McDevili. Molhe K 298. 425 
McDonald, Carolvn C 425 
McDonald, Chnsleen C 372 
McDonald. Deborah H. 
McDonald, Clenda I 264, 313, 425 
McDonald. Holly S. 
McDonald, lay M 372 
MtDonald. Jo A. 328, 425 
McDonald, |ohn A 
McDonald, Karen E 246, 372 
McDonald. Lajoyce M, 
McDonald. Laura W 
McDonald, Lisa B 
McDonald, Marcey K, 
McDonald. Roberl S 320, 425 
McDonnell, Bridget A- 372 
McDowell. Harold W 
McDowell, luletta F 
McDowell, Ruih D- 
McDowell, Susan E 
McElfresh, Vickie L- 473 
McEllm, Sieven A. 323 
McElroy, Gloria A. 



McFadden. Donald R 

McFadden, lohn M. 
McFadden. Susan K 403 
McFarland, Caria R 372 
McFarland. Dorothy E 
McFariand, Gerald T 
McFarland, lenny L 
McFarland. Paul R 
McFarland, Vickie W 
McGaMee, Ceorgeann 
McCarvey, Billie F 373 
McGarvey, Michael T 
McCary, Daniel E 473 
McCary, Lisa A 264, 298. 327. 

372 
McCee, lohn j 
McCee. Joseph A 
McGee, Miranda C 272, 473 
McCee, Ronald W 
McCee, William C 
McGervey, Vinceni T 
McGever, Maynard I. 
McCill. Janet I. 236, 373 
McCill, loan S 
McGill. Norma C 
McGill. Shirley E 
McGinn. s, Kalhleen L 473 
McCowen, Pamela R 
McGrann, George E 



McGri 



, Will 



McGregor. Anne H. 
McGregor, Stephanie A 
McGruder. Daisy 
McGulfev, Becky | 257, 335, 426 
McCuMev, lames A 473 
McGulley, Tamara S 426 
McCuire, Charles L 
McGuire. George M 
McCuire, Clenna M 
McGuire, Janie D 
McCuire, Keith D 309 
McGuire, Rebecca D D 



McHatI 

McHalt 



. Pain 



McHone. Melody W. 
Mrllvoy, Brenda M 
. Mane B. 



nrosh. 



; 373 



Mcintosh. Gary L 473 
Mcintosh, lohn D 
Mcintosh. Larry C 315 
Mcintosh, Mark A 315. 426 
Mcintosh. Mark E 
Mcintosh, Robert D, 
Mcintosh. Roben S. 
Mcintosh, Sandy |. 
Mclntyre, |ohn N |r, 
Mclntyre. |udy C 
Mclnlyre, Niana S. V 
Mclntyre. Robert | 180 
Mclver, William S 
McKay, Marl.n D, 
McKee, Charles E 
McKee, Edmond M, II 
McKee, lohn 330 
McKee, Ralph K. 
McKeehan. Barbara S 
McKeehan. Jeflery H 

McKenney, Edgar C 
McKenney. Roberl L ir 3 
McKenzie, Kenneth O 
McKenzie, Melinda 
McKenzie. Michael |. 373 



473 



McKinney, Kathy G 
McKinney. Lloyd 
McKinney. Mary L 473 
McKinney, Marylyn H. 
McKinney. Mitchell 
McKinney. Neal P 
McKinnon, Donald M 180 
McKitric, Arleen F 266. 303 
McKnight. Beverly C 311, 450 
McKntghl. David L 
McKnight, lames K 
McKnight, lames R, 
McKnight. Judy A. 
McKnight, Karen L 373 
McKnight. Melvin 
McKnight, Michael A, 
McLain. Nancy C. 
McLaren. Harold W, 
McLaren, Paisy L 
McLaughlin. Gary W. 
McLaughlin. Mary S, 
McLaughlin, Patricia 319 
McLaughlin, Paul E. 309 
McLaughlin, Threasha 
McLean. Darryl R 
McLean, Mona L 
McLean. Willard I 
McLoughlin, Thomas F 

McMahan. Cynthia S. 332 
McMahan. Nancy H 
McMaine, Amanda R 
McMaine, Beverly |, 373 



McManama. Gary C. 
McMann. Linda K. 288. 311, 426 

McMichael. Amy M 
McMillan, Loyd R 450 
McMillen, Dorothy A 
McMillin. Larry L 



McNay. 


ludy A 


McNeal 


Bradley C 426 


McNeal 


Kimberly | 


McNeal 


Pam 403 


McNees 


Elizabeth 1. 


McNeil, 


let! D 


McNeil, 


Patrick I 301 


McNult 


, Thomas L 


McNutt 


Debra S 


McPeak 


loyce A 


McPhau 


, Ranard G 180 


Mcpherson, loseph D 


McQuac 


e. Mary M 274, 275, 450 


McQuea 


ry, [enniier L 


McQuee 


n, Charles M 450 


McQue 


ry, William j. 


McQuil 


in. lohanna C 473 


McQuin 


n, Mary A 


McWhe 


ter. Greeory L 373 


McWhorier, Charles E 


McWho 


ter. Kim 


McWho 


ter, Mary B 


McWho 


ter, Suzanne 426 


McWho 


ter. Vicki P 



Meade, Diana E 
Meade, Gloria [ 
Meade. |ane E 
Meade, Judy C, 
Meade. Wayne T 
Meador. Gail | 
Meadors, lack B 
Meadors, lames L 

Meadors, Paul K 

Meadows, Richard T Jr 

Meadows. Warren C- 267 

Meagher. Martin S 

Means. Faye A 

Means, Scoll A. 

Medley, Karen B 

Medley, William K 

Meek. Etta S G 

Meek, Roberl A 

Meeks, Donald K 

Meers, Debra I 235, 242, 246, 

272, 373 
Mefford, Jana D 
Mefford. Mitzr I 
Mefford, Robert P 
Mefford. Robert P |r. 
Mefford, Sheri L 257, 313, 450 
Megargel, Harold B 
Megargel, Robert L 450 
Megee, Carl W 
Megee, Macie S. T. 
Megronigle, Vivian W 
Mehaffey. Steven A, 
Mehok. Maryann 403 
Mehringer, Anthony K 
Meier. Karen C 
Meier, Thomas A 

Meiman, Judy L. 48, 473 
Meisenhcimer, lohn 198, 230, 238, 

24?. 243. 263, 373 
Melius, Laura A, 
Melius. Mark A. 
Mellody. Patricia C. 
Melton, Agnes C 
Melton, Claude D. 
Mellon. Glenda S 
Mellon, Mary F 
ML-llon, Robert E 
Melville, Melissa A 230, 268, 373 
Menatd, Gina L 313 
Menard, Steven R 
Menges, Evelyn E 
Mengos, Nick W 
Mengos. Tony S 
Mensing. Theodore M 450 
Menzer, Barbara |, 373 
Mercer, Charles 5- 315 



Merchant, Kathryn K, 217, 473 
Merchant, Victor E. 
Meredith, Darryll W. 
Meredith, David L 281, 450 
Meredith, |ohn K 266, 373 
Meredith. |ohnny L 
Meredith, Sidney R. 
Mergargel. Robert 
Mergenthal, Steven L. 
Merida, Tony A. 327 
Merideth, Kenny |. 
Merrell, Laura M, 
Merrifield. Patricia 
Merrill. Leslie C. 298 
Merriman. lodie L 



426 



, Carol I. 47, 261, 332, 



Merrill, Cliff A. 
Merrill, Sharon A. 
Merritle. Randall R 
Mery, Mary E 
Mesans. Timothy R 309 
Mescher, Jerome R 403 

Mesley. Carol |. 271 
Mesplay. Susan £. 451 
Messer, Anita K, 271 
Messina, Frederick P. 



Messner. Kevin L 
Metcalf, Barry C 
Metcall, Bruce I 

Metcalf. Charles N. 

Metcalf. Dixie R 451 

Metcalf. Donna C. 

Metcalf, lanel 1 473 

Metcalf. Susan J. 

Metcalfe, Mark L 

METHODIST CAMPUS CENTER 273 

Mellen, Joseph I 



, lulii 
Meurer, |ohn I, 

Meville, Melissa 242 
Meyer. Craig F, 373 
Meyer, David |, 



Me' 



Meyer, Nancy L 426 
Meyer. Richard R. 
Meyer, Robert K 
Meyer, Sieven R, 
Michel, Cynthia L. 403 
Michels, Connie F. 451 
Mickler, John S. 
Middendorl, Charles P 
Middendorl, David I 
Middlebrook. Eric W 396 
Middlebrook. Marti L. 
Middleton. Kevin S. 
Middleton, Michael S. 
Middleton, William V 
Midkift, Patricia K. 
Mielcarek. Debra 
Mielke, Juire A. 
Mihalovich, Robert G, 
Mihm, Kimberly J 426 



Milburn, Betty J 426 
Milburn, Karen L 
Milburne, Robert D 
Milby, Mary A. 373 
Milby, Sharon F 257 
Miles, Bethany L 202. 203. 
Miles, Carolyn I B. 
Miles, lames C. 
Miles, ludilh A. 242 
Miles. Mark C. 
Miles. Tami L, 245, 280 
MILESTONE 286, 287, 288 
Milier, Angel V 426 



Millard. Betty M 

Millard. Dons H 

Miller, Albert C 

Miller. Alene 

Miller, Alvin E 178. 180 

Miller, Anita M. 297, 375 

Miller, Anna M 298. 426 

Miller. Barry M. 286, 288, 6' 

Miller, Belinda J 

Miller, Bernadine 297, 426 

Miller. Betty R 281, 473 






, Brian D 319 
, Bronson 473 
. Bryan D 
, Carol I 451 



. Dehor; 
, Debora 
. Detrdrt 



, Floyd W 
. Gale B. 261 
, George 337 

. Hugh L 



Lee A. 264, 426 
Leslie C 375 
Linda C 284, 473 
Lizabeth T 403 



Miller, Mary K. 247, 266, 375 
Miller, Melanie 335, 375 
Miller, Melinda |, 335 
Miller, Michelle A. 426 
Miller, Orene 5 
Miller, Ovia M, 
Miller. Pamela G 375 
Miller, Pamela |. 
Miller, Pamela I 
Miller. Patricia A, 375 

Miller, Ramona G. 375 

Miller, Richard C 

Miller, Robin L 

Miller, Ronald L 246, 294, 295, 

315, 375 
Miller, Rondal S, 



lillei 



. 473 



Miller, S. Diai 
Miller. Sandra |. 
Miller, Sarah D 451 
Miller, Sharon L 473 
Miller, Sharron B, 
Miller, Shirley E 375 
Miller, Steve V. 328 
Miller, Suzan Z. 
Miller, Theodora E- 
Miller, Theodora E, 
Miller, Thomas A. |r. 
Miller, Thomas E. 265, 426 
Miller, Victor L. 
Milligan, E. Clifford 323 
Milligan, Robena A 
Million, Donna E 
Mills, Anna M 
Mills, Asher 

Mills, Elizabeth A 271 375 
Mills, lackie 
Mills, Jennifer R. 272, 473 



Mills, Michael B. 374 
Mills, Randy 244 
Mills, Rodney H 276 
Mills, Shelby I 
Mills, Thomas A 
Mills, William D 
Mims. Gail S. 
Mims, Mary L. G. 
Mims, Steven D 
Mindrum, C. Scott 289, 320 
Mlnick, Susan K. 
Minix, Rhonda L 
Mink, Gregory A. 
Mink, Patricia A 261 
Mink, Theresa D. 375 
Minnich, Charoletle S. 

Minogue. Daniel T 278 
Mtnogue. Kelly F 
Minogue, Michael W. 



^inshew, Craig D 
Linton, Edna M. 



Miracle, Donald E 
Miracle, Doris C. 
Miracle. E. Vern 
Miracle. Glen M, 



Miracle. Reeda M 

Miracle! Robert W 
Mitchell, Charles W- 
Milchell. Christine S. 
Mitchell, Danny F 330 
Mitchell, David W. 426 
Mitchell, Debra L 278, 451 
Mitchell. Dorothy L. 
Mitchell. Elizabeth A, 
Mitchell. Emma 1, 
Mitchell. Gail S. 
Mitchell. Gary L. 
Mitchell, lames B 
Mitchell, Jai 



426 



liiche 

Mitchell, 

Mitchell, Lawrence E, 

Mitchell, Melody V 

Mitchell. Richard F 
Mitchell, Ronald W 375 
Mitchell. Shawn A 451 
Mitchell. Stanley I 176. 180. 



Mitchell. Ulys! 

Mitchell. Willard A. 375 
Mitchell, Winifred K. 
Mith. Peggy 274 
Miltel, Tern A. 
Mize, Deborah | 375 
Mize, loyce H 
Mladek. Brenda R, 

Moberly, Bobbie A 
Moberly, |esse E 
Moberly. Reeda A 
Moberly. Robert C. 249 
Moberly, Susan A. 
Mobley, ludy H 
Mobley, Marsha B. 403 
Mobley, Wendell 
Moccia, Cheryl A. 375 
Moccia, Kathryn A, 
Modecki, Carol M. 
Moeller, Amy E 311 
Moenning, Kathy A 323,451 
Moffell, Elizabeth A. 
Motfetl, C^rv W 403 
Mohamed. Awad S 
Mohl. Mary W. 
Mohr, Carol A 264, 375 
Mohr, Lynn A. 451 
Mohrfield, Cynthia 426 
Moles, Kenneth D. 
Mollman. Diana |. 451 



Monarch. Lisa A. 
Moneyhon, Cathleen F, 
Monfared. Hassan T, 
Monhollen, Sandra E 

Monihan, James M, 250, 268 
Monks, David E, 
Monroe, Cathy M- 
Monroe, Edgar W. 
Monroe, Une R, 
Monroe, Scott K. 
Monlfori, Lavenna F 
Montgomery. Betty I 
Montgomery, Carol D 302, 426 
Monlgomery, Carolyn I 473 
Montgomery, Charles A. 
Montgomery, Charlotte 
Montgomery, David H, 327 
Montgomery, Gary A 
Monlgomery, Glenda I 
Montgomery, lohn P 
Montgomery, Karen D. 426 
Montgomery, Kim 46, 298. 327, 

Monlgomery. Laura K. 

Montgomery, Megan A. 

Montgomery. Michael C, 

Montgomery. Philip A 375 

Montgomery, Robert B. 206, 451 

Montgomery, Tammy S. 473 

Moody, Elizabeth L 

Moody, Gene A 

Moody, Gregory W 

Moody, lack R. 

Moody, Kimberly J 473 

Moon, Glaston L, 

Moon, lames E. 

Mooney, Bertha B. 375 

Mooney, Bill H. 

Mooney, loseph F. 263 

Mooney, Robert M, 375 

Mooney, Wanda L. 

Moor, Morris H. jr. 180, 451 



Moore, Deanie 
Moore, Deborah ) 451 
Moore, Deborah R, 
Moore, Debra L 
Moore, Donald L. 
Moore. Donald R, 
Moore, Donna S 375 

Moore. Gma D 473 
Moore, Gregory A 319. 451 
Moore, James F 473 
Moore, lames L 



, Kerry I. 25, 263, 473 
, Kimberly A. 426, 473 
. Kimberly |. 



Moore. Polly W. 
Moore. Rhonda L, F. 
Moore, Ruth Anne 
Moore, Sally A, 231, 298 
Moore. Sara M 
Moore. Sherry D 



Moore. William D 

Moores, Alan Y 256, 257 

Moores, Marlene C 

Moores, Patsy A 

Moores, Tammy J 280, 426 

Morden. lennifer L 

Morehead, Lisa A 251, 403 
Moreland. Dale H 
Moreland, Jane 259 
Moreland, lohn W 
Morem, Deborah K 



, EIrr 



' 274 



Morgan, Alice A 
Morgan, Baylus K. 
Morgan, Billye C. 
Morgan, Carrie P, 
Morgan, Constance E 
Morgan, Daniel G 
Morgan, David S. 
Morgan, Deborah A. 375 
Morgan, Ernest C, 
Morgan, Freda A. 
Morgan, Gary L. 426 
Morgan, Keith P. 426 
Morgan, Kenneth Jr 
Morgan, Leslie G. 281, 451 
Morgan, Linda C 298, 426 
Morgan, Linda C. 



jrgan. 



lathan H. 
Morgan, Patsy J. 
Morgan, Robin K. 
Morgan, Teresa H 
Morgan, Theresa | 451 

Morgan, Venita C. 
Morgan, William J, 208, 209 
Morian, Mark L 
Morphew, Debra I 376 

Morreti,'john A 202, 376 
Morring, Douglas B 278 
Morns. Andrew N 
Morris. Ann R P, 
Morris. Arritta M 
Morris. Betty L 
Morris, Carl L 
Morris, Curtis K. 
Morris, Deanna L, 
Morris, Fay C, 277 



265 



498 Index 



Morris, Gary L. 
Morris, Harold T. 376 
Morris, lames A. 326 
Morris, lames B. 
Morris, lames T 
Morris, Kalhryn A 
Morris, Kathy L 52 
Morr 



285 



Morr 



, Linria D. 



Morris, Michael I 25, 376 
Morris, Micliael S 320 
Morris, Phyllis C N. 
Morris, Richard R, 
Morris, Ronald W 
Morris, Ruth Ann 
Morris, William F. 



, Colleen R 

, Eulacriss 

, lames D 268, 451 



Morton, 
Morton, 



243 



, Robert B 265, 



Moser, Robert G 257 
Moser, Robert M II 
Mosgrove, Scott W 19f 
Mosher, Charles A 

Moslev, Gloria M 

Mosley, Martha C 

Mosley, Rubin L 

Moss, Deborah L 248, 263, 376 

Moss, Peggy J G 

Mossotti, lennifer A 

Mossotii, Ronald P 

Mostata, Abdalaziz H 

Mola, Luis R 

Mote, Rhonda 

Motley, Merle L C 

Mounce, Carolyn S 
Mounce, Palriua L 
Mounts, Susan D 426 

Mowbray, Carl M 



Mowery, Timothy A 
Mowles, lerry M 259 
Moxley, Dennis R 
Moyer, Deborah A 
Moyer, Douglas R 
Moyer, linny C 
Mryglot, Dennis | 
Mudd, Mary K 
Mudd, Robert I 
Mudd, Susan K 376 
Mudge, Fredericli N jr 32C 
Mueller, Ruth A 
Muench, Beth A 
Muir, Don I 

Mukes, Sandra L 204, 205 
Mulberry, Rhonda F 
Mulcahey, Richard 1 451 
Mullanev, Sarah L 473 
Mullanix, Rebecca R 
Mullen, Mary D 



Mullins, Carol E 473 
Mullins, Darrel H 
Mullins, David L 473 



.iullins, ludy L 376 
Mullins' Leslie I 



473 



Mullins, Mark E 5r 198, 451 

Mullins, Michael E 426 

Mullins, Michael R 

Mullins, Paula S 275, 473 

, Reieana 



376 



lins. Row 
lins, Sally R 426 
lins, Sandra M 37 
lins, Shelby R 



Mullins, William R 
Muncy, Arthur B 
Muncy, Hope M 

Muncy, Margaret E. 
Muncy, Paul E 
Muncy, Phyllis A, B 
Muncy, Teresa A 262 

Mundy! Victoria L R 
Munn, Gary T 
Munn, Thomas R 
Munsen, Paul 370 
Munson, lane E 108 
Murdock, Movelle S 

Murphy, Bruce A 269, 376 
Murphy, Carol O 
Murphy, Ernesline M 
Murphy, Ginger A 272, 426 
Murphy, Jacqueline 474 
Murphy, leannie P 
Murphy, lelfrey D 280, 285, 376 
Murphy, lohn B. 



Murphy, loseph T 
Murphy, KalhieM 
Murphy, Linda A 

Murphy, Lysa A 
Murphy, Mary R, 251, 47' 
Murphy, Nicholas C 319 
Murphy, Patricia A. 376 
Murphy, Robert S. 
Murphy, Sherry L. 376 
Murray, Brenda K. 
Murray, Joseph L, 

Murray! Phyllis D S. 
Murray, Rhonda G 451 
Murray, Rhonda C 

Murray! Timothy I 
Murrell, lohn H 
Murrell, Lyndel H 



, lohn 



Myers, lames S 
Myers, jayne A 
Myers, loseph C 426 
Myers, Nancy W 
Myers, Peter V 
Myers, Todd A 474 



— N— 



lale, Michai 



376 



Nalley, Robin A. -474 
Nally, Billie 5. B. 396 
Nally. loseph L 376 
Nally, Kevin |, 323 
Nance, David A 376 
Nance, lamie B 452 
Nance, Susan B. 452 
Nankiveii, Sieve E. 319 
Nantz, lulia K 452 
Naniz, Roberl E 
Napier. Brenda G 

Napier, Craig A 452 
Napier. David L 243 
Napier, jeannie 474 
Napier. lohn S 
Napier, Linda L. 
Napier, Lucinda A. 251 
Napier, Lydia W 
Napier, Mark R 



Napie 
Napie 



Narramore, George E. 209 
Nash, Beiry G 
Nash. Ralph E 



Nassano, Stan N 
Nasla, Lori | 
Nave, Darva M 452 
Naylor, Georganna I 
Naylor, Laura | 427 
Naylor. Lisa A. 



Nei 



, Cha- 



s W 



Neace. Darryl D 
Neal, David M. 180 
Neal, ludy I 
Nease, Shelby W 
Neale, Raymond D, 403 
Neclerio. Cheryl A 
Neef, Martha L 
Neeley, Connie H 
Neeley, Odessa D 
Neeley, Ralph D 
Neety, Craig E. 376 
Neely, Nancy A. 
Neely, Reatha Bush 
Neff, Holly ) 115, 118, 452 
Neff, Lisa P 275, 474 
Neff, Robin A 
Neiderman, Ernest M. 
Neidharl, |ohn E. 376 
Neighbors, Diane 
Neikirk. Laura A. 
Neikirk. Mary M. 
Neikirk, Randall E 304. 390. 
Neil, lames M 
Neili, Kathryn E. 
Neill, Susan C 
Nelson, Allyn E 
Nelson, Alonzo B 
Nelson, Catherine E 
Nelson, Charles L |r 
Nelson, Clay 304 
Nelson, Donna C. 
Nelson, E Marie 
Nelson. Gene T, 
Nelson, Gregory S, 
Nelson, James A. 



Ncisc 

Nelson, Linda |. 
Nelson, Paul C, 
Nelson, Priscilla S. 214, 215 
Nelson, Rebecca P. 
Nelson, Rebecca W, 
Nelson, Ricky 
Nelson, Ronald W, 
Nelson, Sara 
Nemchick, Cheryl L. 
Nero, Randall S. 
Netherland, Jerry W. 452 
Nettle, Paul D. 
Neuhaus, Chris E, 403 
Neuhaus, Ronnie G, . 
Neuhaus, Theodore T. 
Nculand, Michele E 
Neumann, Karen M. 
Nevares, Richard R. 
Nevels, Georgia K 
Neville, Dona J, 242, 251. 263. 
376 



New, Rhoda I 






New, Shelia A, 






Newby, 


Michael 


L. 




Newcor 


n, Karen 


C 316, 376 


Newell, 


Penny L 


273, 


427 


Newkirl 


1, Clariss 


a G. 




Newkirk 
Newkirk 


;, Darwii 
,, Dehor 


1 L. 
ah K, 




Newkirk 


;, Micha 


el P, 




New lam 


i, Deboi 


■ah C 


. W. 


Newlani 


i, Timothy 1, 




Newmai 


1, Curtis 


L, 




Newmai 


^, Karen 


376 




Newmai 


1, Robbi 


n D 




Newmai 


1, Thom, 
1, Willis 


D 


376 


Newpor 


1, Danny 


■ K 4 


27 


Newport, Patrici 


a L 3 


35, 474 


Newson 


1, Stepht 


■n F 





, Pair 



; W. 



427 



Newton, Charles A. 
Newlon. Charles D, |r 
Newton, Deborah A 266, 427 
Newlon. Elizabeth H 377 
Newton, lames C. 452 

Newton, Marlene W 

Newlon, Paul A 242, 377 

Newlon, Paul E. 

Newlon, Sherril M. 319, 335, 377 

Ng, loyce A. 

Niberl. Tina M. 212, 213 

Niblack, ianyce R 

Nicely, Helen ) 

Nicholas, Ion O. 474 

Nicholas, Mary S. 271 

Nicholas, Rodney D. 

Nichols, Alisa S. 

Nichols, Cassandra W. 

Nichols, Henrietia S. 

Nichols, Nanette L. 258 

Nichols, Roger K. 

Nichols. Sally A. 452 

Nichols, Samuel W. 

Nichols, Scott L 

Nicholson, David B 

Nicholson, Earl E 

Nicholson. George C 



Nickel, Linda R B 

Nickell, Douglas I 
Nickell, Marleen M 
Nickels, Mary ] 
Nickles. Robin P. 
Nickoson, Richard L 

Nicoulin, Karen E. 



Nil< 

271 
Niles, Kelly j 474 
Nivin, Jody A. 
Nik, Thomas |, 180 
Nix, Willie E 
Nobhe, George B. 
Noble, Mytna B 
Noble, Norma T. 
Noble, Patricia A. 
Noble, Sharon L. 
Noble. Terry D 
Noble, Tony 
Noble, Zesta D |, 
Nobles. Gilbert L 
Nobles. Rue S 
Noe, Debra A 267, 268 
Noe, Freddie D. 280 
Noe, Mary D 
Noel, Dana J. 275. 332 
Noel. Donald E. 
Noel, Eddie R, 315, 474 
Noel, Gary L. 209, 243, 427 
Noflsger, Phyllis |. 
Nolan, Delberl D 
Nolan, Donn. 
Nolan. Laurel E C 
Nolan, Lawrence R 
Nolan. Robert S. 
Nolan, Rose M. 

Nolan! Sharon A 
Nolan, Todd E. 
Noland. Carlo III 
Noland. Susan I 



262 



377 



Noonan. Terry C 
Nophs, L.nda S. 
Nordgulen, |une B 
Norfleel. Jotynn 273, 474 
Norfleel, Richard H. 263, 377 




Halloween brings a lot of "wild and crazy 
people" to campus. 



)rman, Gordon W 
irman. William | 452 
>rris, Andrea K 281, 474 
)rns, Bert T. 
)rris, Billy R 
)rr.s. Clyfton D 



North, Palricia T 
Norlh. Thomas L. 
North, Tim A 
Northcult, Bonme K, 272 
Northcuti, Monly L. 
Northcutt, Ronnie K 
Norihmgton. Cra 
Norion. Dennis ^ 
Nonon. lohn K. 
Norton. Katherine S 
Norion, Lisa A 217, 452 
Norton, Mary A 
Norion, Pally L 
Norwood, Gerard L 276 
Novak, Patricia I 202, 397 
Nuckles, Vina S 
Nuedling, Frances M. 
Nunley, Robert L. |r 
Nunn. Charles C 
Nunn. Linda G. 427 
Nuttall. Mary K 427 
Nulzel, Karen S 
Nyerges, Helen P 264 
Nyerges. Nora A 
Nyslrom, |udiih R 

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452 



Cakes, Frank W 427 

Oakley. Garv P 

Oakley, lonathan D 263, 315, 332, 

427 
Oaks. Brenda M 
Oast, Thomas H 
Obanion, Leona G 
Obersi, Mary C. 
Obiefule, Felix N. 247. 265, 397 
Obradovich, Mary H. 
Obrien, Brvan K. 257. 294. 330. 

452 
Obrien, Kathleen M 474 
Obrien, Shane P 427 
Obrien, Sherri L. 
Obrien, Theresa M 
O'Callaghan, Dee A 
Ochs, Raymond | 
Ochsenbein, Charles D 
Ochsner, Martin I 320, 377 
O'Connell, Daniel P. 
O'Connell, Kelly P, 
O'Connell. Patricia A. 
O'Connor, Shirley R. 
Oden. Micheal L, 
Oder, Michael L 
Oder. Susan S 
Odle. Bruce W 
Odle. lames T 
Odongwodolam, Vincent 
O'Donnell, Clara C 298. 452 
O'Donnell, Patrick J, 
Odor, Peggy H. 
Odum, Henry M. 
Offult, George E. 



Oflahai 



;athv I 



4.chael L. 



Ogden. Frederic D, 247 
Ogilvie. Ion S 
Oglesbv. lohn 
Ogulu. Catherine B 



Ohearn, Dennis M 452 
Ohearn. Rebecca B 377 
Ohl, Howard P II 



OhI, 



Ohr. lanie S 
Okeson. William G. 427 
Okeson. Yvonna S 452 
Okruhlica, Joseph E 330, 
Okruhlica, Mark E 474 
Oldham, Yvonne 
Oldham, Zacharv C 264 
Olds. Sandy L 
Olds, Sondra |. A. 
Olds. Stuart K, 
Olds, William M 
Olin, Bruce W 
Olinger. Bill )r 
Olinger, Brenda C 
Olinger. Deborah K 
Olinger, Hazel B, 
Olinger. leffery 
Olins, Rita G 214, 215 
Olive, Kermit K, 281 



, Billy L 

. Bobby D- 278 



, Colin R 289, 291 



. Ralph R 



Ohv 

Oliv 

Olier. Charles B 

Oiler. Sherrie L, 427 

Olsen, Seford R. 

Olwell. Michael C. 452 

Omalseye, Catherine N 

OMEGA PSl PHI 337 

Omer. lohn R. 

Omera, Michael A 248, 264. 377 

Onan, Nell K 377 

ONeal. Cecil R. 



ONei 



, lam 



ONeill, Carolyi 
Oppenheimer. 
OQuinn. La«n 



Ordel, Marcia A. 

OReillv. Tlmothv J 

Orias, Larry D 

Orlando, loseph F 

Orlando. Sharon H 

Orleck, lulla L. 

Orman. lohn D 

Orme, lanei R 

Orme, ludith U. 

Orme, Mark A. 

ORourke, Carotin M, 474 

ORourke, Caiherine M 319.427 

Orrender. VMIIiam | 161. 29Z 301. 

347. 427 
Osborn. Cynihia L 311 
Osbom. Ted R. Jr 474 
^Osbom, Tern D 
Osborne, Allan j. 
Osborne. Ann K. B. 
Osborne. Anthonv P. 
Osbome, Brenda K 
Osborne, Cher\l A 
Osborne Connie E. 
Osborne, David W 309 
Osborne, George D. 
Osbome, Inez M. 
Osbome, lames M. 
Osborne Kath\ 397 
Osbome. Lois I 
Osbome, Marv K 
Osbome, Phillip S 
Osbome Regina 403 
Osbome, Robed G 250 
Osborne, Sandra C R 
Osboum Mark A 
Osboum, Vincent P. 417 
Osbourne. Joseph M 



IncJex 499 




Eastern cheerleaders, )ohn Harkey, Brad Wallace, and Donna Hays say 
"toga, toga!". 



Osbo 


rne, Mary E 


OsboL 


rne. Theresa 


Osley 


Anna P, 


Oiley 


Cornelia A. 


Oima 


. Jeffrey L 


Osma 


, Mala ). 427 


Oioln 


k. Joseph L- 


Oster, 


Sharon K. 


Ostertag, Mary B. 


Olt. William Jr_ 


Orien 


Marsha A, 2frl, 377 


Olto. 


red H. Ill 


Oufsle 


r. Debra A 


Ousle 


. Larry I. 


Ouzts. 


Terry A 251, 316 


Overall. Dana C 


O^erb 


V. Efde I 


Overberg. Lorna A 335 


Overm 


an. lill L. 275, 427 


Overm 


eer, Thomas J 474 


Overm 


yer, Donna L 


Ovefst 


eel. Donald M 427 


Ovcrsr 


eel, Hazel S 


Overst 


eel. Mary A 


Oversi 


eel, Randy 1. 


Owell, 


Mike 201 


Owen. 


David C, 


Owen. 


Lundon T 


Owen. 


Roger T, 


Owens 


Belty 427 


Owens 


Beverley B 


Oweni 


Blanche E. 


Owens 


Brian J 315, 437 


Owens 


Charlie E. jr 


Owens 


Curtis R 


Owens 


David G 


Owens 


George M. 


Owens 


Jackie L. 264, 377 


Owens 


Jeffrey L- 


Owens 


John K. 


Owens 


Marlene k D 


Owens 


Mary Ann 


Owens 


Mary J. 452 


Owens 


Nancy A. 


Owens 


Norma L 


Owens 


Phillip J. 


Owens 


Ron 309 


Owens 


Sandra C 


Owens 


Stacey L 313 


Owens 


Stephen E 474 


Owens 


Stephen T 



— p- 



Pace, 


Bellv F 






Pack, 


Franklin D 






Pack, 


Vickie L, 






Padge 


It. Barbara 


A 


63 


Padgc 


tt. Lee A 


r 




Page, 


CFiarles F 






Page, 


lames E 






Page, 


lanicc M 


271 


474 


Page, 


Steven D 






Page. 


William E. 


)r. 




Paglia 


ungo. Ma 






Paher 


Carol A, 






Pahnke. Sophia 


y. 




Paige 


Brenda L 


270 




Paiiic 


Renee F 






Painie 


r. lames H 






Painie 


t. lydia I, 


403 




Painter, Marthew 


A 


198 


Paine 


'. Peggy A 


21 




Pais. Susan T L 






Pak. 1 


eyoung 






Pa ken 


ham. Willi 


m 1 




Palahu 


nich. lenn 


ler 




Palillo 


lohn D 1 


266. 377 


Palm. 


ames R 






Palm, 


Pern 277 






Palme 


. Betsey 3 


3 




Palme 


. Cheryl 1 






Palme 


. Debra S 


123 


251. 335. 


437 








Palme 


. Donald 






Palme 


. Douglas 


E. Ir 


301. 452 


Palme 


Elizabeth C. 


32, 474 


Palme 


lennie V 






Palme 


Karen S, 


311 


328 



merball. Helen H, 249 
Tierball, Mary E 241. 290, 427 
■nerball, Virginia 452 



Papini, John L 
Papp, Alexander R 
Pappas. Tamsen M 
Parham, Jimmy D 
Paris. Joy I 



Part 



jrl S. 



Park, Linda T. 
Park, Mary K. 
Park, Sharon C. 
Parke, David 8. 
Parke, Debra K 



Parke, Randy S. 

Parke. Stephen W 

Parker, Alhen M 180 

Parker, Barbara F 474 

Parker, Benjamin L 377 

Parker. Colleen M 

Parker, Dabney E. 

Parker, Danny L 309. 397 

Parker, Darryl H, 

Parker. Donald V. 

Parker, Ciena A. 250. 269. 427 

Parker, James S. 261. 319, 397, 



Parker 


loann 427 


Parker 


lohn B Ir 


Parker 


Michael W 


Parker 


Philip W 


Parker 


Scott A 


Parker 


Susan E 24 


Parker 


Tammela C 


Parker 


William A 


Parkey 


Ronald C 


Parkey 


Terry W 



Par 


5^ 


Connie G 


Par 


s. 


Eugene R 


Par 


s. 


1 Thomas III 378 


Par 


s. 


Mariel F 


Par 


s. 


Russell F 


Par 


Tiiey, Norman R 


Par 


el 


, Merle A 378 


Par 


et 


Teresa A 


Pat 


el 


Tern L 


Parret 


Tonita 1, 378 


Par 


el 


Yolanda K 


Par 


s. 


Debra K 


Par 


s. 


Donald W 


Par 




William I 280, 336 


Par 


sh 


Floyd B 


Par 


sh 


lerry D 41, 177. 180 


Par 


sh 


Patti B 


Par 


oc 


3. Charity F 452 


Par 


ott 


lane M. 


Parr 


ott 


lanis M, 


Parrott 


lohn F 


Parr 


olt 


Teresa G 


Pars 


ey 


Patricia A 261 


Parsley 


Tasunda L 


Pars 


on 


Anthony H 


Pars 






Pars 


an 


Ronald E 


Pars 


Dn 


Wilbur 180 


Pars 


on 


Billie A 245. 297, 378 


Pars 
Pars 
Pars 
Pars 
Pars 
Pars 
Pars 
Pars 
Pars 


E 


Carol L 405 
Chrrsty A 270, 378 
DaleW 
Donald E 
Frances H 
Glenda H 
lanet B 
Kimberlee |, 
Mary P, 311 



Parsons. Sandra M 405 

Parlhemore. Scoll E 

Parlin. Randall 

Partin, Ronald W. 

Parion, Edward C 

Parlon. Mark C 

PJschall, Danny M. 

Pasco, Deborah L, M. 235, 242 

Pasiey, Larry W 

Pasley, Leigh Anne 427 

Passenani, Donald G. 

Pale, Edward M 370 

Pate, Mark T, 278, 327 

Pale, Mtke 327 

Pale. Raleigh S, 

Pater. Robin A. 289, 290, 291, 

474 
Paternosiro, Sandra F 212 
Patrey, Sandra E. 270 
Pairick, Caiherme E. 248. 378 
Patrick, Donald M. 452 
Patrick, Judilh R 281 



y W, 



Patr 

Palrjck, Sievi 

Pairick, Teresa L, 

Patrick. Tracy R. 

Patrick. William D 304 

Patlen, Henry K, 

Pallerson. Charles E 328, 427 

Pallerson, Cynthia A 452 

Patterson, David S, 

Patterson, John E 

Patterson, Joy A 



Palters 
Pail 



irry C. 
on, Malcolm C 



Patterson, Mary S 405 
Patterson, Michael S 
Patterson, Pamela 1 257 
Patterson, Ronald I 
Paitre, Img Yuh Wu 
Patlon, Dale 73, 175, 176 
178, 179. 180, 181. 182 
Palton, David W 
Palton, Dorothy E. R. 
Patlon. Gary B 
Palton. Jacqueline 5. 



Patlon, Michael K. 427 
Palton, Michael W 
Patton. Rodney L. 
Patlon, Ronda I 452 
Patlon, Sandra 427 
Patton, William R 
Paul, Darrell F 
Paul, Dennrs A. 
Paul, Dondra S. 
Paul, Lisa K. F. 
Paul, Michelle I. 
Paul, Richard A. 
Paul, Wendy L- 378 
Pauly, Peggy M. 475 



Payne. Arlene A, 
Payne. Charles A. 
Payne, Charles D. 281 
Payne. Cheryl A. 
Payne. Elizabeth K 
Payne. Gordon K. 
Payne, Jaclnia M. 452 
Payne, John R. 
Payne, Julia M. 248, 378 



Paynt 



. 427 



Payne, Kathryn J. 
Payne, Kimberly A. 
Payne, Morine S. 
Payne, Ralph W 
Payne, Richard K. 
Payne, Robert A 180 
Payne. Sherrie J 405 
Payne, Steven R 379 
Payne, Suzanne C. 475 
Paynter, Susan M 



Paylon, Ronnie L. 
Peace, Brenda J. 
Peace, Freddie E. 
Peach, Bobby J. 
Peach, lames L. 
Peachee, Carol L 
Peacock. Mark S 
Peak, Andrew B. 
Peak, Elizabeth £. 
Pearcy, Jay B. 



, Bert D. 
. Dale W. 
, Elizabeth B. 

. Maiy R. M. 



Pearson, Zella A 
Peavley, lames L 
PeddJcord, Wanda J. 
Peek, Deborah L 475 



Peel, 



,- W. 



Peercy, Betty D, 

Peercy, Gary D 

Peery, Thomas G 323, 427 

Peirce. Barry L 

Pelfrey, Barbara L- 

Pelfrey, Pamela S 332, 452 

Pelkey, David D. 

Pelkey, William L 

Pell, Kaihy L 

Pelee, Debbie J 313, 452 

Pelly, Vickie F 



Pelosi, Mik 



Pelslrlng. Richard ). 
PEMM CLUB 271 
Pence, Jeffrey L 
Pence, Sharon L 261, 316 
Pendell, Rebecca I 379 
Pendergest, Diane C 
Pendlelon, Debra S 298 
Pendleton. Sandra K 
Pendygrad, Cnslal D 
Penman, Audrey D. 
Penn, Beverly L. W. 
Penn, Bradley E. 
Penn, Gregory W 
Penner. Judith V 
Penningion, Sarbai 



Peni 



on, David A 304 
, David D 



Penn.nglon. |oseph 
Pennington, Monty R 
Pennington, Sally B. 
Pennington, Shelby T 
Pennvpacker, |ohn R 330, 379 
Pepppfwick, Arodon 277 
PequiKnoi. Ltsa 8 271, 452 
Perdue, Berl )r 266 
Perdue, David G 
Perdue. Jeflery L 
Perdue. Sherie R 427 
Perez, Juliana L 



Perkins, Daniel W. 315, 379 
Perkins, Darryl j 475 
Perkins, Forde 
Perkins, James M. 452 
Perkins, Jeffrey C. 475 
Perkins, Jo A. 
Perkms, John M Jr 
Perkins, Judy C 



. Joseph 242, 379 



Perry. Cynthia L 

Perry, Dawn C, 289, 379 

Perry, Deborah K 452 

Perry, Deborah L. 

Perry, Douglas W, 

Perry, Earnest L. 

Perry, Elissa A 251, 257. 379 



Perry. Lee C |r 
Perry, Lisa R 
Perry, Rena A 
Perry. Sandra L. 
Perry. Timothy R. 
PERSHING RIFLES 268 
Persley, Margaret W. 
Pesavenio. Edward j. 
Pesavenio, Karen M. 
Peters, Annelta R. 
Peters, Darrell W 
Peters, David M 
Peters. Deborah C, 427 
Peters, Dorothy A, 427 
Peters, Joanna M. 313 
Peters, Kathleen 379 
, Sandra D 



Pete I 



Tert 



, En' 
. Leiand 



Pelerson, Daniel R 
Peterson, David S. 
Peierson, Debra M. 
Peterson, Eugene M, Jr. 
Peterson, Gregory H. 
Peterson, Janet E 335 
Peierson, Karen E. 405 
Peterson, Mary I. 
Peterson, Rebecca A 
Peierson, Robert C. 452 
Pelitjean, Marcus F. 427 
Petrey, Lisa K 
Petrey, Sandra E 379 
Pettibone, Kara J 161. 313 
Pellibone, Linda K, 379 
Pettit. Robert D. 
Pettit. Wendy L. 453 



Pelzold, Debra I. 

Peizold, Gloria V, 379 

Peyton, Lee Jr 

Peyton, Pamela S, 

Plaadt, Richard L. 

Pfeifer, Daniel P 280 

Pfeifer, Jacqueline C 327, 428 

Pfeifer, Lauren A. 

PloK, Rhonda R 

Phaff, Susan M. 

Phelps, Hollls B. 

Phelps, jane M. 

Phelps, John B. 453 

Phelps, lohn B. 

Phelps, Leslie J. 257, 453 

Phelps, Mary j. 475 

Phelps, Michael B. 

PHI BETA LAMBDA 261 

PHI BETA SIGMA 336 

PHI DELTA THETA 330. 331 

PHI MU 332, 333 

PHI MU ALPHA 285 

Philbeck, Rosalind 8 

Philllppe, Bonnie L 

Phillips, Bradley R 

Phillips, Deborah K 335, 379 

Phillips, Geraldine R 

Phillips, Hilda L 

Phillips, Joyce A, M 

Phillips, Karen C, 

Phillips, Mike 453 

Phillips, Myrtle Ada 

Phillips, O'Dell 252, 271 

Phillips, Patricia 

Phillips, Patricia L 

Phillips, Paul L 

Phillips, Rhonda L, 405 

Phillips, Ross A 475 

Phillips, Ruth A. 

Phillips. Ruth T, 475 

Phillips, Steve F 



Philpot, Michelle A. 475 
Phllpol. Norma S, W 
Phllpoi, Rose M 
Philpot, Timothy R 
Philpot, Wilheamena 
Philpott, Kathle L. 275, 379 
Phipps, Sarah L 428 
Phipps, Sharon K. 
Phipps, Siurgill W 



PJckrell, Paul G 
Picion, Tamn L 453 
Picper, Wayne C. 320 
Pierce. Delinda j 
Pierce, Donald W. 



Pierce, Linda L. 313 

Pierce, Lisa M. 

Pierce, Mark B. 

Pierce. Randall 

PI BETA PHI 316. 317 

Pierce. Sharon C 

PI KAPPA ALPHA 318, 319 

Plercefield. Tamra A, 405 

Piercey. Flonnie F 

Piercy, Deborah 5 R 

Piercy, Larry J, 






Pierson, Mary K, 475 

Pierson, Steven C, 

Pigg, Sammie E, Jr 208, 209, 379 

Pigg, Steve E. 475 

Pigg. Victoria L 278, 323, 379 

Pigue, jeana L. 

Pike, Alan A 



Pik. 



Pin 



;r, Sle 



, David C 
. 267 



Pipes, Cherrice V. 47 
Pippen, Scott D, 
Piseisky, Eileen 
Pilakos, Robert A. 32 
Pitchford, Phillip D 
Pitman. Charles E 
Pilney. Bryan M, 
Pitt, Kimberly A, 
Pitlard. Cheryl L 
Pittenger, Mark C 
Pitts, Tolene H, 
Pitz, Stephe 



Plac 






Plamp, Roger M 
Playforth, Kimberly S, 475 
Pleasant, Judy A 
Pleasant, OIlie C 
Pleasants, Calheryne 



Pleasf 



Pleasants. La_ _ 
Pleasants, Peggy L 



Kent 196. 199 
'atricia E 475 
in, Edward C, 
?r, Edward C 



, Parr 



Plumme 
Plumme 
Plunkett 
Pneuman, Nina M 
Poe, Cordelia O, 
Poe, Darlene 
Poe, Howard D, 
Poer, Teresa E. 
Pogue, Michael L. 
Pogue, Sheri L. 
Pohlman, Alice M. 475 
Poindexier. Brenda G 
Poindexier, Vivian F 
Polak, Jonathan |. 



500 Index 



428 



Polin, Tllle P. 
Poling. Julianne 426 
Polls, David P. 

Pollard, Janet R 
Pollard, Winston L. 
Pollev, Monde B 
Polliri, Deborah S. 
Pollitt. leffrey C. 
Pollute. Vicki C. 
Pollnow, Nancy B 
Pollock, Denise M h 
Pollock. Sandra E T. 
Pollock. Steven R. 
Pollv, Camelia S 297 
Polly, lames M, 
Pclsgrove. Marva S. 
Polslon. Ch 
Polsion, Leonidus H 379 
Polsion. Linda I. 475 
Pomlee, Bumey L 
Poncer. Jonathan L 405 
Ponder. Lvman T. 
Poole, Charles D 428 
Poole, lames M. 242, 453 
Poole, Kathy L 379 
Poole, Mark M. 
Poole, Michael C- 
Poore, Troy R 
Pope, Anne L. 
Pope, lames D 
Pope, Kathy A. 
Pope, Odessa N 475 
Pope, Ruby R. 
Pope, Siacy L. 
Popham. Warren E 
Pophin, Frederick H 
Poppas. Michael 
Popplewell, Kathy j K, 
Popplewell, Robbie A. 
Porntl, Timothy R 
Porter. Cynthia M. 



Portei 



. 379 



Porter, Dianna L 
Porter. Matthew L 

Portis, Anthony Q 428 
Posey, Ronald C 301, 453 
Poston, Connie L 
Poston, Joseph A. 
Poston, Larry E. 
Potensky. Mary J. 
Potter. Debra A- 
Potter. Debra L 
Poller. Mary ). 
Potter. Melvin O 
Potter, Rhonda C 428 
Potts, Bernard A 
Potts, Bnan D 251. 453 
Potts. Edith M 
Potts, Janet G. 
Potts, Pearl M. 
Powell. Allison M. 
Powell, Alma Y. 
Powell. Angela W. 
Powell, Ban E. 319 
Powell, Chanda L 
Powell. Charles N. 
Powell, Christopher A, 
Powell, Connie L A 
Powell, Cynthia M. 246 
Powell. Debra M. 
Powell. Donald L. 
Powell, Donna L. M. 
Powell, Jacquelyn C 475 
Powell, Jerry W 
Powell, John L- 
Powell, Kathy E. 
Powell, Lester K. 
Powell, Linda A. 
Powell, Mary K. 
Powell. Nancy E. 
Powell. Richard 
Powell, Rosemary 
Powell. Shelby R |r 



Powell, Timothy E. 



Powers, lohn A. 
Powers, Terry L. 
Powers, Wanda L. 
Poynter, Carolyn D 



Prall, Brian L, 
Pramvk. John C. 475 
Prater, Arthur B. Jr. 177. 

Prater. Frances M 
Prater. Kathy |. 453 
Prater, Melissa K 
Prater. Otis Jr 
Prater, Ramona J. 277 
Prather, Cynthia 
Prather, Everett W. )r. 



Prai^ 



■ather. lames R- 
Prather, )ay C. 
Prather, Lori B. 
Prather. Naom* C 
Prather, Patricia J. 
Prather, Peggy L. 
Prather. Robyn ). 
Pratt. Charles W. I 



Presnell, Nancy C. 379 
Preston. Bret A 249 
Preston, Charlotte C 
Preston. Connie S. Y. 
Preston. David B. 304 
Preston, Delores L 
Preston. Dennis A 
Preston. Ernest C 
Preston, Cordon D 
Preston, Janet E 453 
Preston, Marilyn C. 
Preston, Mark E. 198, 475 
Preston, Mark K. 



ton, Timothy R. 
ton, Waller L 
vitl, Bobby R 
^ilt, Charles P 
v.ll, Cindy L. 
vitt. Edna 8 

vilt. Kathy D 



. Marybeth 306. 311, 379 
, Melodye L. 
. Phihp S. 253 



ndemore. Randy S- 267, 428 

lore. Joseph E 

, Stephen R 428 

ley. Timothy W, 

e, lames D. 

e, Linda S. 311, 428 
riichard. William I 301, 379 
ritcheit, Cynthia L. 453 



212, 242, 379 



^roffitt, Charles 
, Ciennis 
^rofilt, Teresa L 



Puckeit, Bobby E, 
Puckett, Larry E. 

Puckett, Marv ) 



Pugh, Amy 
Pugh, Terr 
Pujda, Pair 



Pullins, James C II 
Pullins, Wanda L 279, 332. 475 
Pumphrey. Rebecca C 
Purcell, Alene N. 



Purves. Catherine 1, 380 
Purvis, Candance S. 428 
Pybas, Carollene C, 
Pyles, Joseph C 



-Q- 



Oualls. Sue K 
Quarles, McElroy H 
Queen. Kay L 277, J53 
Quick, Melody I 



Quillen, Mary F 
Quillen, William 8 
Quinn, Ann R 
Quinn, Caria M 
Quinn, Colleen K 
Quinn, lesi.e C 
Quinn, Kevin B 226 
Quinn, Laura A 273, -175 
Quinn, Paul E 428 
Quire. Melony E 
Quirke, Eileen P 



Quit 



, 475 



— R— 



Rabenecker, Robert E, 
Rabet, Masoud 
Racis. loseph J 380 
Radel, Douglas L 



Radcr, Mary | 
Ragland, Barry A 
Ragland, Ljrry A, 
Ragland, Prentis E 180, 243 
Raglin. Glenn E. 
Rahardjo, Genus 
Rahe. lennifer |, 
Raider, Reva C. 

Railey, George A jr 269, 281, 285 
380 



Rainey, Alesia L, 
Rainey, Barbara A. 
Rainey, lane 247 

Rains, Calvin L. 246 
Rams, Glenda M R 
R.iinw.itcr, Carolyn 380 

Rjldins, Diana R 



Ralslon, Jim H 
Ralston, Siephen W 
Ralsion, Susan F. 
Rambo, Deborah K 453 



Ramsey, Cheryl L 
Ramsey, Cheryl O. 
Ramsey, Debbie V. 
Rjmse\. Donald R. 



Ra 
Ra 


tisey, Mary E. 
nsey. Michael H, 
nsey. Oliver j, 
mey, Teresa C B 






Ra 


(iail. fannye 1 








(Jolph, Cynthia A 


270 


475 


Ra 


dolph. )o H- 






Ra 


dolph. Susan D 







Raney, Tammera T. 
Ranier, Harry 
Rankin, Carolyn 5 
Rankm, David L. 
Rankin. Eva M 
Rankin. Jennifer L 
Rankin. Judith M. 
Rankm, Karen L 38 
Rankm, Karl C. 



Ransdell. Kathryn T 332, 453 
Rapier, Eleanor E. 380 
Rapp, Dorothy R. 

Rapson. Sandra K 428 

Raque. Nancy L 453 

Rasmussen. Tammy M. 453 

Rasner, Diane C N 

Rasner. Wade L 260 

Ratermann, Paula L 

Rates, Glen M 

Ralhunde, Lucille M. 297, 475 

Ratliff, Bernard D. 

Ratliff. Claude B. 

Ratliff, lames B 

Ratliff, Jenifer 

Ratliff, lohn R 



Rathf 



jsiene W. 
lichael D, 



hff. Ric 



Raiterman, Elizabeth 
Rauch. Linda R. 335 
Raulerson, Terry A 
Rausch, Mary |. 
Rawlings. Bruce D 
Rawlings. Sallie E 428 
Rawlings. Willia 



, Carolyi 



Ray, 



Ray, Elizabeth S. 328, 475 
Ray, Frankie L 323, 380 
Ray, Gail I 
Ray, Georgia F 



lond, Deborah A 
lond. John A. 
lond. Joseph M. 



453 



. Edwin M 

Razor! Philip B. 

Read, James K. 

Reagan, Kyle L 

Reams. Lewis R. 

Reams. Mary K. 453 

Reardon, William W 315 

Rebilas. Richard P 128, 240, 285 

Rechlin, Carole S. 

REC CLUB 270 

Reck, Billie |. 

Reck, Kevin S. 

Record, Ruth A. B. 

Reaor. Ian 

Rector, Tommy L 

Redford. Denia I, 380 

Redman, Gmger A 311. 405 

Redman, Stephanie A 277 

Redmon, Phillip W, 

Reece, Linda L P, 

Reece, Lynn B 

Reed, Adiai P, 

Reed, Andrea J, 

Reed. Brenda I- 

Reed, Cheryl L, 



Reed. Cornelius A. |r. 
Reed. David A. 315 
Reed, David W, 
Reed. Devin L. 453 
Reed. Donald W. 
Reed, Donna f 205 
Reed, Douglas E. 405 



Reed, 



G.-o(frey S. 



RecfJ, Kimberly A. 380 
Reed. Patricia |, 251, 380 
Reed, Randolph C- 269 



Reed. William D, 320 
Reedy. Bob W 428 
Reedy, Michelle L. 
Reedy, Stuart 280 



Reese. Patti A. 
Reese, Robert |. 
Reeser, Douglas C. 



, Charlo 
. Curt 



;M. 



Reeves. David A 265, 475 
Reeves, Debra K R 
Reeves, Don G 380 
Reeves, lanice E. 
Reeves, Sandra J. 
Reeves, Siephen J. 
Reffeii. Natalah T, 
Reffell, Renee A 
Reffiti. David P. 
Regan, David C 
Regan, Kalhie I 
Rehkamp, Karen M, 453 
Reichard. Cindy M. 
Reid. Charlotte W. 
Reid, Delphia R, 
Reid. Jonathan C. 
Reid, Mary A. 475 
Reid. Ronald L 
Re.gelman. Sandra D- 
Reik, Curtis A. 



Reinermann, Pair 
Remhard, Ion E 
Reinhardi, Elizabi 



Relford, Faye 
Remole, |amt 



475 



Renaker, Deborah E. 428 
Renaker, Sharon L 280 
Rene^u. Cora S 
Renfro. Catherine C. 
Renfro, Kaiherine C. 
Renlore. lulia E 428 
Renfrew. Iimmy L 274, 453 
Renner, loyce 
Renner, Pnncella M. 



Rennirt. Kathy £ 453 
Rennirt. Ronda G 248, 275, 3l 
Renshaw, Daud W. 259, 428 



Renshaw, Lisa 289, 291 
Renshaw. Margaret L 381 
Repper, Frank S. 280 
Repperl. Barbara W 
Repperi. Kaihryn 453 
Reppetio. Earl C. 
Revels, John P 
Revis, Rachel I 
Revis, Rose C S 
Reyes, Karen L 453 
Reynierson, Barbara S. 
Reynolds, Arkie S, 453 
Reynolds. Bill\ D. 475 
Reynolds, Bobby |. 
Revnolds, Darrell W, 
Reynolds, Debra ^ 248, 264, ■ 
Reynolds, Diana E 161 
Reynolds, Donna I 
Reynolds, Etta M B 
Reynolds, Glenn D 428 
Reynolds, Harold D. 
Reynolds, Janet T 
Reynolds. Jerry D. 
Reynolds, Joseph M. 
Reynolds, Kathy L 
Reynolds. Mark L 
Reynolds. Martena 
Reynolds, Michael W 
Reynolds, Richard D. 
Reynolds, Scott A. 453 
Reynolds, Shannon »' 



Revno 


ds. Shelby 8. 


Rhea, 


Eldora V- 302 


Rhew 


Ronald 


Rhode 


s, Kevin M 


Rhode 


s. Patsy 1 


Rhodes. Rickie E 175. 18C 


RhodL 


s. Imogene 


Rhodi 


s. lames C 4S3 


RhodL 


5. Patsv □ 


Rhodi 


s. Rebecca L. 262 


Rhodt 


5. Susan A M. 


Rhod 


s. Suzanne A. 


Rhodi 


s. Teresa A 475 


Rhod 


s, Virginia C 


Rhod 


s. Virginia L, 


Rhod 


s, W. David 


Rhore 


r Alvin F 


Rhore 


r. Iimmy D 


Rhore 


r. Walter P 


Rhud 


. Sandra S 


Rice. 


Anna l 


Rice. 


Barbara A. 294. 303 



Rice, Ben A. 

Rice. Billie |. 453 

Rice, David A. 

Rice, Gary C. 

Rice, Jerry L 

Rice. Linda E. M. 

Rice, Liu L. 

Rice, Marita M. 

Rice. Mary M. 381 

Rice, Oscar L. Jr. 

R.ee, Ruisell A.* 

Rice. Sanford f . 

Rice, Stephen P. 

Rice, Timothy E. 328, 381 

Rich, lames A. 

Rich, Michael A. 

Richard, Joe C. 180, 185 

Richards. Judith L 

Richards, Pei;gy W 397 



Richardion, Anolhny C. 259, 381 
Richardson, Anthony 
Richardson, Bonnie t. 
Richardson, Charles F. 
Richardion, Charle* S. 
Richardson, Claudine 
Richardson. Connie F. 
Richardson, Cynthia L 
Richardson, Denise Y. 
Richardson, Eddie W. 
Richardson. Eric D, 
Richardson. Frances H. 
Richardson. JeHrey W. 
Richardson, loseph W, 
Richardson. Judith C 277 
Richardson. Kenneth L 
Richardson, Urry L 
Richardson. Michael S 273. 304 
Richardson, Roger G 
Richardson. Susan D 242, 264, 381 
Richardson, Vera V 
Richardson. Wade H. 
Richardson. Wallace L 
Richardville, George 
Richardville, Rosemar 
Richerson. Garry E. 
Richey, Constance I. O. 
Richie. Orol 264. 381 
Richie. Deborah S 



Richrr 



nd', Co 



Richmond, Richard L 
Richmond. Spencer C 
Richmond. Sterling V. 
Richter, Clay P 236, 381 
Richwalskv. Patrice 476 
Rickard. Gary L 
Rickc. Edward C Jr. 
Ricke. Mike A, 319, 475 
Rickerd. Debra A. 381 
Rickerd. Thomas J. 
Ricketts. Melanie A. 
Ricketts, R Mark 
Ricks. Betty M. 
Ricks. Truett A. 
Riddell. lanet L 272. 453 



iiddell. 



Riddell. Thomas D 
Riddle, Linda K. 
Riddle. Linville C. 
R.ddTe, .Michael O 
Riddle. Palmer H Jr 
Riddle, Stephen G. 
Rtdglev, EveUne L 
Ridings, Patsy C. 
Ridner, Kathleen 
Ridner, Man-in D. 
Riegel, Darcy A. 453 
Riegel, Kim M, 
Riegling, Mary A. 
Riehemann. Martin P. 



Ries. Laurie M. 288, 298, 4S4 

Rife, Patricia A. 

Riffe. Ceoffrev L. 

Riffee. Mark L 428 

RIFLE TEAM 206. 207 

Rigg. Bonnie R. 319. 428 

Rigg. Kellv ). 475 

Riggins. David C. 327 

Riggle, Deborah F. 

Riggs, Mian R, 

Riggs. Burgin R 

Riggs. Debbie A 

Riggs, Lisa M. 428 

Riggs, Ra^ I 

Riggs. Stephen R. 

R.gis. Susan R. 

Riggs, Valene S. 278. 405 

Rigblmyer. Edwin K 250. 315, 428 

Rignev. lames M. 

Rigsbee. Carol |- 

Riley. Angela K, 

Rilev Colleen C M. 

Rilev. Daniel C 



. Thorn, 



. 309 



Rimel, Jeffrey M. 266, 3S1 
Rimer, Karen S. 454 
Rimmer, Scott A. 
Ringles. Cheryl A_ 454 
Ringley, Lucille H, 
Ripple. ,M3rgarel A. 
Ripple. Rex L 
Ripple. Rhonda R. 
Ripple, Rick D 



Index 501 



Risk, Margarei L. 
Risley, Lawrence W. 
Risner, Daniel 
Risner, Sondra L. 
Ritchey. lames M. 
Rllchey. Sharon A 454 
Rjrchie, iulie M. 
Ritchie, Katherine E- 405 



Riltenour, John T, Jr. 
Rittenour, Kimberly 
Riiier. Brian K. 320, 381 
Ririer, Deborah L 
Riller, ion E, 
Riner, Lydia 5. 475 
Riller, Trmothy B. 428 
Rizenbergs, Patrida 
Roach, W, Sandra M, 
Roaden, Debbie K 475 
Roaden. |erry L 
Roaden. Lonnie D 
Roaden, Rachel A 454 
Roahrig. Manhew A. 261, 454 
Roark, Anlhony S, 
Roark, Brenda L 
Roark. Chloe ), 
Roark, Donald R 
Roark, Elizabeih I. 
Roark, Elmalene 
Roark, Grant W 



irk, lin 
irk, Mai 



Robbinv Clara E. 
Robbing, David C, 
Robbing, Frankie L. 
Robbins, Miachel I, 
Robbins, Paul 
Robbins, Wendi D- 
Roberson, Diane L, 248, 428 



Robei 



, Uri 



Roberli, 
Roberts. Becky ), 
Roberrs, Beverly D 
Roberts, Candice I. 405 
Roberts, Chrislopher 180, 238 
Roberts, Clifford H 
Roberls, Cynihia A 476 
Roberts, Deborafi L 454 
Roberts, Donna L. 278, 476 
Roberts, Elva F. 381 
Roberts, Forrest P 
Roberts, Francis ). 
Roberts. Ceoffery 
Roberts, George D. 
■ Robens, Gearld R. 
Roberts, Harold K, 
Roberts, Henry M. 
Roberts, )im L, 
Roberts, )immy £. 
Roberts, Joanne 
Roberts, locelyn L, 270. 454 
Roberts, Jody L. 
Roberts, John F. 
Roberts, lohn 5, 
Roberts, Judith C 
Roberts, Judith C 



Robei 
Robei 



. Kar( 



elly L. 



Roberts, 
Roberts, Lynda K 
Roberts, Margaret A. 
Roberts, Marion S 
Roberts, Marlene 
Roberts, Martha C 
Roberts, Martha L, 251 
Roberts, Pat 323 
Roberts, Paul W. 
Roberts. Paula R 428 
Roberts, Peggy L, 253 
Roberts, Philip W. 
Roberts, Ricky C. 382, 443 
Roberts, Ricky L. 304 
Roberts. Robert L, 
Roberts, Roslyn L, 382 
Roberts, Ruth S, 
Robens, Sallie W. 
Roberts, Sheila G. 



Roberts, Susan D 251. 270, 476 
Robens, Teresa G, 362 
Roberts, Thomas M- 
Roberts, Trudy S 
Roberts, Veronica 
Roberts, Virginia L 
Robertson, Ann B 294, 454 
Robertson, Anne M 335 
Robertson, Dennis N, 
Robertson, Joseph P. 
Robertson, Kent B, 



Robei 
Robei 



, Mary i 
. Melis 



Robertson, Michael D. 
Robertson. Nancy P. 
Robenson, Ronny D, 
Robertson, Sandra R. 
Robertson, Sherry A, 
Robertson, Vicki C. S. 
Robenson, William T, 
Robinetle, Carolyn S. 
Robinetle. Danny R, 
Robinetle, loanne 
Robinette, John R. 
Robinetle, Tobie K 
Robinson, \\e\ S. 
Robinson, Becky J. 476 
Robinson. Bettina R 428 
Robinson, Billy R 
Robinson, Casandta j 2f 



Robin 



, Char 



, Dean E 
Robinson, Deborah L. 
Robinson, Debra A 
^Robinson, Denisa L. 
Robinson, Donna ] 
Robinson, Edward L. 
Robinson, Henry A. ISO 
Robinson, Herbert C 475 



Robinson, Jeffrey M. 382 
Robinson, |im A. 382 
Robinson, Joan C. 
Robinson, luaniia F C 
Robinson, Kevin W. 
Robinson, Laura E. 



Robinson, Lucille M. 
Robinson, Marcella 
Robinson, Margaret A, 276, 277, 382, 

429 
Robinson. Margaret I. 
Robinson, Norma T 
Robinson, Pamela S. M- 
Robinson, Richard L 257. 294, 295 

330 
Robinson. Rita J. 476 
Robinson, Roger N. 
Robinson, Ronza I 476 
Robinson, Samuel J. Jr. 
Robinson, Sandra K. 
Robinson, Sandra L. 
Robinson, Sharon D. 258. 454 
Robinson, Sheryl L, 382 
Robinson, Steve T 
Robinson, Susan L. 
Robinson, Tammy L, 476 
Robinson, Tammy L 454 
Robinson, Thomas J. 
Robinson, Tommie L, 294, 337, 382 
Robinson, Vicky S. 429 
Robinson. Virginia T 
Robinson, William B. 382 



Robinson, William E. 




Robinson. William E, 




Rodencal, Lynne M, 




Rodes, Mary 332 




Rodgers, Ellen L 




Rodgers, Frederick \ 




Rodgers, Michael D. 




Rodgers, Tammy D. 261. 


284. 476 


Rodriguez, Holly M 269 




Roe, Leonard A. 454 




Roe, Michael R, 




Roe, Rebecca A. 382 




Roenker, Constance 5, 




Roesch, William J. 




Roesel, Kathy A. 313 




Roetlger, Kelley D. 




Rogan, lean M. 




Rogan, Joseph C 382 




Rogash, David K 




Rogers, Adrian B 




Rogers. Anita C. 316 




Rogers. Betly B 




Rogers, Beverly A. 




Rogers, Bonnie k 




Rogers, Bonny C. 




Rogers, Cassandra A 




Rogers, Debra A, 




Rogers, Demetria F 




Rogers. Donald B 




Rogers. Emanuel P 




Rogers, Gerry D 




Rogers, Janice L 




Rogers. Jeffrey C. 




Rogers, Mary P. 




Rogers, Michael D. 268 




Rogers, Pamela D 




Rogers, Phyllis A. 




Rogers, Ronald K, 




Rogers, RoKie G, 




Rogers, Tanya K 




Rogers, Thomas F IV 251 


433, 454 


Rogers. Tracy J. 




Rogers, Wilma J 




Rohatl, Victoria M. 429 




Rohleder. Jennifer L 




Roilman, lleda T 





Rolf. lames H 476 
Rolfes. Pamela M. 454 
Rolfsen, |ane 277, 279. 429 
Roller, Laura K. C. 
Rollings, Rae P. 
Rollins, Brenda R- 316 
Rollins, lames M 
Rollins, Terry C 



Rollins 


Vick 


L. 316 


Rood, 
Roop, 


Benne 


K |r 
t B 



, Debra 



476 



Rose, Debra 
Rose, Elizabeth A. 429 
Rose, Elizabeth G 454 
Rose, Ethel W. 
Rose, Herbert D, 
Rose, Jeffrey f 



Rose, Nancy H. 

Rose. Patricia A. 

Rose. Paula S. 382 

Rose, Shirley A C 

Rose, Theresa A. 

Rosenhoffer, Nancy A 239, 250, . 

Roser, Laura L. 

Ross, Barry 5. 

Ross, Connie R. 272, 429 

Ross. Deborah S 

Ross, Diana A 

Ross, George C, 

Ross. Jeffrey A. 

Ross, Linda C. 

Ross, Lisa K. 313 

Ross, Lori A, 476 

Ross, Maria K. 

Ross, Nancy L. 

Ross, Phylis A. 

Ross, Richard D, 476 

Ross, Richard M. 

Ross, Richard T. 

Ross. Ronald L- 

Ross, Sharon G 

Ross, Sheree L 429 

Ross, Thomas T, 



Roten, Richard C, 269 



Roth, Cynihia D- 
Rothel, Lisa C 476 
Rothenburger, Robert 405 



Rottersman, Leon 

Rottgers, Robert A. 294, 320 

Rottinghaus, Thomas A, 270, 382 

Rottman, Beverly C. 382 

Rougeux, Juliette R, 263, 454 

Rouholiman, Mehdi 

Rouholiman, Mehri 

Roundlree, Barbara A, 233, 259, 382 

Rountree, Larry S. 

Rouse, lames G 269 

Routl, Judy K. 

Rowaily, Mutalib M. 

Rowan, Eileen B. 

Rowe, Cindy A, 263, 382 

Rowe, Elizabeih |. 429 

Rowe, Jerry T. 454 

Rowe. Steve A, 306 

Rowland, Beth A. 476 

Rowland, David B. 

Rowland, Dinah F. 476 

Rowland, Richard D. 

Rowland. Robert S 

Rowland, Roderick 

Rowland, Susan D, 

Rowlelt, lanet L, 231, 263, 297, 

382 
Rowlett, leannetie G. 
Rowleil, John D. 454 
Rowlett, Sharon K, 
Rowlette, Mitchell R. 
Roxberry, Don C. 
Roy, Diana M. 



Roy, Paula S. 

Roy, Richard F. 

Royalty, Charles W, 

Royally, Danny M. 

Royan, Jeannie 270 

Royce, Alva E. 

Royce, Janet D, 

Royer, Kathy L. 

Rubarts, Virginia A. 

Rubel, lames A. 330, 454 

Ruble, Willetie E. 

Ruchka, Dorothy M. 

Ruckel, Darlene G. 

Rucker, Dana J. 382 

Rucker, Rose M, 454 

Rucker, Sherry C. 454 

Rudd, Larry R. 

Rudder, Ernest R. 

Rudder, Maxine 

Rudder, Troy L, 

Rudolph, Garry E. 476 

Rudolph, Larry E. 476 

Ruedebusch, Marietta 

Ruehrwein, lennifer R. 335, 476 

Ruggles, Kellie B. 405 

Ruggs, Clifton 

Rullman, Cindy K. 430 

Runion, Teresa L. 454 

Runyon, Gina C. 

Runyon, Jacqueline 

Runyon, Woodrow W, Jr. 

Rupe, Arthur W 

Rupe, Susan Y 476 

Rupp, Lisa K. 

Rusch, Lori I 

Rush, John W 

Rush, ludy T 

Rush. Karen L 332, 382 

Rush, Linda S. 

Rush, Randy P. 

Rushaala, Nuri 430 

Rushing, Richard A, 251. 278, 383 

Russell, Carl R. 

Russell, Charlotte A. 

ristopher 309 



Russ 



. 476 



Russell, Je, 

Russell, Jimmy M. 382 

Russell, Johnnie D 

Russell, Kimberly A 264, 297, 455 

Russell, Linda C 476 

Russell, Lisa D. 

Russell, Mark A. 

Russell, Owen T, 

Russell, Steven R. 

Russell, Susan C. 

Russell, Terri L. 280, 430 

Rusierholz, Sharon F 275, 430 

Ruszczyk, Joseph |. 



Rutledge, Miriam F 476 

Rutledge, Stephen G 405 

Ryan, Ellen J. 

Ryan, Gregory L, 234, 259. 362 

Ryan, James Jr 405 

Ryan, James T. 

Ryan, Karen L 262, 382 

Ryan, Lori R, 455 

Ryan, Mike P 

Ryan, Shirley L. 

Ryan. Tamara J. 313, 405 

Rye, lane E 



— S— 



Saalfeld, Esther E, 
Sabbatine, Raymond |. 
Sabin, Lynn M, 
Sabo. Luann 
Sacca, Belinda K. 
Sacca, Daniel I 235 
Sackett, June A, 
Sadler, Charles A. 
Saffer, Donna K, 323 
Saghaian, Sayed H |r. 



Saito, Mai 



:> 455 



-. Romeo 150 

Salavati, Abbas A. 
Salaymeh, Nayef S. 
Salchli, Frank 
Saleh, lihad A- 
Salem, Freddie 59 
Salerno, Ma: , 
Salerno, Patrida |. 
Saliba, Salaman 476 



Salins, Viswanath J- 
Salisbury, Emma R 
Sallada, Robert L 266 
Sallee, Claude D, 248, 252, 271, 



Salman, Saliba |- 

Salter, Cynthia L. 

Salyer, Darnell D. 

Salyer, lames C- 

Salyer, |udy A. 

Salyer, Wendell L, 

Salyers. Robin R. 

Salzman, Mary L. 405 

Sammons. Rebecca L. 335, 455 



Samples, Michael \ 



, Marl 



Sams, Theresa D 
Samuels, Angela D. 476 
Samuels, Cynthia S, 362 
Samuels, Teresa I 
Sander, Mark E. 
Sanders. Alan C. 
Sanders. Anthony W. 
Sanders, Barbara L, T. 
Sanders. Danny R. 
Sanders, Elizabeih A. 383 
Sanders, Elizabeth K. 
Sanders, Hiram C, 
Sanders, lames M. 
Sanders, leanineL. 
Sanders, Larry T 

Sanders! Mark R, 430 
Sanders, Mary C. 
Sanders, Mary E. 
Sanders, Robert G 319 
Sanders, Timothy |, 
Sandford, Robert M, 
Sandlin, Sandra L. 
Sands, Donald K. 
Sands, Patricia J 
Sandusky, Chadene 
Sandusky, Kathy A. 383 
Sandusky, Linda L. 383 
Sandusky, Rodney D. 
Sanford, Walter S. 
Sang, Richard L 179, 180 
Sanger, James E. Jr. 260, 281 

Sams, Theresa 247 
Saniyimemar, Kamran 
Sapp, Michael R 
Sargenl, June E, 288, 455 



Sat! 



ly, Philip ^ 
on, jar 



, 430 



Saufley, Jane 
Saunders, Sandra M. 
Saunders, Stephen D. 270 
Saunders, Sterling |r. 
Saunier, Amanda H. 
Saurer, Paula J. 
Saurer, Rhonda A. 
Savage, Gerald W. 
Savage, Jacquie F, 430 
Savage, Teresa L. 476 
Sawyers, Jacqueline S. 263, 476 
Sawyers, Willie G. 
Saxton, lee A. 
Saxton, Robert M 330, 430 
Sayler, Eric B 
Saylor, Charlene R, 

Saylor' Julia N. 430 
Saylor, Katy I 



Saylo 



327 



Saylor, Linda C 
Saylor, Penny R 
Saylor, Russell M. 
Saylor, Sandra 455 
Saylor, Sherylene 263 
Sayre, Charles M. 
Sayre, Mary C. May 
Scaggs, James E. 
Scales, Bruce A. 264 
Scales, David E. 430 
ScaK, Brenda S. 



Scallon, Mary E. 
Scanlon, Margarelte B. 
Scarberry, Robert W. 
Scardino, David M. 
Schaad, Kent M. 
Schaefer, Susan L. 211 
Schaeffer, Scott P. 
Schaerges, Robert L 
Schafer, Barry K. 
Schafer, John M. 
Schaftlein, Carolyn ). 430 
Schaible, David J. 180, 455 
Schalk, Harriet L. 
Schaller, Denise A. 335 
Schamaun, Nannette M, 270 
Schardein, Richard E. 
Scharfenberger, Elain 
Schalzman, Sandra L. 278. 430 
Schaub, Kenneth J. 
Schaum, Laura K. 332 
Schefder, Frederick 
Schehr, Mark A, 
Schenk, Michael J. 
Schenkel, Patricia A. 455 
Scheper, Anita M, 
Schepman, William R. 
Scherrer, Maria J, 

M. 246. 383 



i M. 



. 262 



258 



Schie 

Schie 

Schiering, Susan J. 311, 455 
Schildknecht, Pamela 
Schildmeyer, Sandra L. 
Schiliz, Steven |. 383 
Schipske, Joseph J. Jr. 160 



Schlitl, Chris L. 383 
Schmees, Georgette M. 
Schmidt. Angela C, 430 
Schmidt. Ian Z, 244 
Schmidt, Julie A. 
Schmidt. Kenneth W. 
Schmidt. Marilyn A, 
Schmjii. David W, 
Schnebly, Robert W, 270 
Schneeman. Margaret A. 
Schneider, Michael J. 
Schneider. Michael W, 315 
Schnier, Beth A- 260 

Schnorbus, Ann E. 
Schoemehl, Tere A. 264 455 
Schoen, Mary B. 
Schoenbaei 
Schonecker, Sandr; 
Schoolcraft. Erneslin 
Schoolcraft. Peggy J, 430 
Schooler, Frank O. 430 
Schooler, Marsha E, 
Schorman, Deborah T. 455 
Schoulthies, Joann L. 311, 405 
Schrader, Leslie L. 332 
Schreck, Chris A, 



, David 



Schreiner, John E. 
Schrock, Jon P. 319 
Schroeder. Daniel M. 
Schroeder, leffrey M, 
Schroyer, Jay O. 
Schubert, Cedle L, 
Schubert, Daniel R. 
Schubert, Ronald W. 
Schuelz, Frank 1, 
Schuh, Lois M. 
Schuh, Paula J. 
Schuler, Carol A. 
Schulle, Laura R, 251, 258. 455 
Schulte. Tamara S. 335 
Schulte, Theresa M. 
Schulle, Vicki D, 477 
Schultz, Beverly A. 271. 455 
Schultz, Mary R. 
Schultz, Paul M, 
Schultz, Paula M. W. 
Schultz, Thomas W. 
Schum, Paul T 266, 405 
Schumacher, Joseph E, 
Schumacher, Michael I. 
Schurman, Paul R. 
Schulte, lohn H. 
Schwabe, Kirk D 383 
, Carol I 



tz, Ja. 



t M. 



Schwar 

383 

Schwartz, Kathryn L. 455 
Schwartz, Pamela 1. 430 
Schweiger, Frank R. 
Schweitzer, Patrida 
Schweitzer, Rod E. 
Schweizer, Kimberley 311 
Schweizer, Stacy H. 
Schwendau, Martha A, 477 
Schwendeman, David M. 
Schwendeman, Joseph 
Schwendeman, Kenneth 327 
Schwendeman, Michael 226, 279, 383 
Schwendeman, Timothy 
Schwenke, Linda A. 313, 477 
Schweri, Thomas J. 
Sciubba, Arthur J, 383 
Scott, Alan 
Scott, Alfred T, 
Scott, Charles H. 
Scon, Deborah K. 
Scoll, Deborah K. 
Scott, Debra L. 455 
Scott, Donald L, 
Scott, Earl T. 
Scott, Ernestine C. 
Scott, Gary L. 
Scott, George A. 
Scott, Henson M. 
Scott, James P. 
Scott, Kathryn A, 
Scott, Kimberley K. 251, 332, 430 
Scott, Kimbedy J, 262 
Scott, Lindsey 
Scott, Margaret L, 
Scott, Michael R. 198 

Scott, Patricia A, M, 274, 477 

Scott, Paul T. 

Scott, Robert E. 

Scott, Rosanne 244, 261, 383 

Scott, Sandra L. L 

Scoll, Sara |, R. 

Scott, Sheryle L, 258, 455 

Scott, Susan E, 311, 477 

Scott, Tammy L. 477 

Scott, Wanda L, 

Scott, Wanda M. 

Scott, Wendell 

Scott, William D 

Scott, Yvonne D. 281, 477 

Scraflon, loel G. 179, 160, 181 

Scribner. Christina A, 383 

Scully, James H. 

Scully, Timothy C. 

Scuichfield, Elissa F. 

Sgong-Wodolam, Vincent H. P. 260 

Seabolt, David W 319 

Seaborn, Mary N. 

Seabron, Floyd J. 



430 



Schir 



, Robei 



Seale, Faye F. 
Seale, John C. 455 

Seals, Faye 1. 
Seals, Floyd W, 
Seals, Mary A. 
Seals, Sheila K. 

Sears, Anlhony W, 
Sears, Bobby R. 384 
Sears, David W. 
Sears, Karen M. 
Sears, Kathy T, 
Sears, Norma S. 
Sears, Pauline S, 
Sears, Ronald K. 

Sears, Terry L, 
Seay, Carol A. 
Sebastian, Charles D 



502 Index 



Sebastian. Donald ). 
Sebaslian, Patricia A 275, 455 
Secrest, Jill B, 241. 264, 286, 

287, 288, 297, 328, 384 
Sedlak. Mark 
Seebold. Kuri 268 
Seekings, Sylvia I 
Seeley. Leslie A 264, 384 
Seger. Julie D. 430 

Sehorne. Mark A. 455 
Seibel, Angela M 455 
Seidel, Andrew | 
Seiler. lay L. 
Seippel, Teri A, 430 

Seiter, Joseph F 
Seiier, Thomas W 430 
Selby, Michael A. 477 
Self. Danny D. 
Self, lames C 
Sells, lamie D. S, 
Sells. Sheila M. 
Semler, Chris B 455 



, lulie 



Semper. Fedel 
Seng, William | 455 
SENIOR CITATIONS 23E 

241, 242, 243 
Senn, Patricia D, 455 
Sensabaugh, Lester R 
Senywongse, Nuchanart 
Senywongse, Sukawal 
Sepier, Thomas K 
Sergeani, Richard E. 
Sergent, Randolph R. 
Sergent, Raymond D. 
Sergent, Robert E. 285 
Sesco, Shelia A 
Setters, Barbara S 



Senle, 


Elizabeth R 455 


Sellles 


Lu S 455 


Sellles 


R.ck ) 


Seller, 


Andrew K 


Severa 


ce, llene W 


Sewalls 


Carolyn S R 


Sewart 


Thomas E |r 306 


Sewell 


Brian S 267 


Sewell 


Charles B 111 


Sexton 


Forrest K 


Sexton 


loanne 


Sexton 


Judy S 


Sexton 


Kenneth D 



Seybold, Kurt C 
Sferra, Nanry | 
Shackelford, Carlene 
Shackellord, Patrick 
Shacklelord, Peggy A 
Shackelford, Phyllis 
Shackelford, Donald E 
Shacklette, Cynthia L 
Shadburne, William C 330 
Shadoan. Donna C 
Shafer, Dean L 
Shaffer, Debora E 477 
Shaffer, Gary R 267, 430 
Shaffer, Shern L. 257, 405 
Shaffer, Stella I- 
Shalfer, Thona 316 
Shaheen, Tammy S 
Shake, Brenda 
Shake, Kevin H 
Shank, Dorvin M 
Shanks, Bessie E 



Sha. 



Shanks, Richard A 
Shanks, Teresa K 405 
Shanley, William P 247, 26 
Shannon, Anthony S 455 



Shai 



, Bom 



Shannon. Carr 
Shannon, lam, 
Shapiro, Ric 



Shai 



, Debra 



irbra 279 
Sharp, Anna L, 384 
Sharp, Charlotte I 430 
Sharp, Clona I 
Sharp, loyce C 
Sharp, Linda S 477 
Sharp, Margate! L C 
Sharp, Michael R 405 

Sharp, Michael T 
Sharp, Rodger D 
Sharp, Sharon A 
Sharpe, leflrey L 
Shartzer, Barbara I 
Shaughnessy, Martha I. 405 
Shave, Gregory S. 266, 477 
Shaw, Cynthia 



Shaw. David P 




Shaw. Deborah A 




Shaw, landira H 




Shaw, Jeffrey S 384 




Shaw, lenniler L 




Shaw, lohn L 




Shaw, Lallias E 




Shaw, Phyl.ss C S 




Shaw, Randy A 




Shaw, Sue A 477 




Shawler, lames L 




Sheard, Steven E 297 


320. 364 


Shearer, David R 




Shearer, Deborah K 




Shearer, Fred H 477 




Shearer, lohnny F 





Shearin. Beverly S 

Sheehan! Michael j- 181 
Sheeks, David E 
Sheeks. lohn R 
Sheeks. Rebecca N 
Sheene, Billy I 455 



Shei 



. Lorr 



1 364 



; K, 430 
Sheffer, Beverly A 430 
Sheffield, Amy )- 477 
Sheffield, Glenn K 
Shelburne, lohn W 477 
Shelburne, Matkita I 
Shell, Cwendolynn 
Shell. William B 



Shellenberger, Chas R 
Shellhaas, Nancy 384 
Shellhause, Kim S 
Shellhause, Roni M 
Shelton, Cheryl K. 
Shelton, Clarence D 
Shelton, lames A 180 
Shelton, Raymond L, 
Shelton, Steven L, 
Shelton, Tammy S. 
Shelton, Teresa L, 
Shelton, Theresa D, 
Shellon, Tommy |, 
Shelton, William H 
Shelton, William L 
Shely, Billy R 
Shemelya, George M 
Shemelya, lohn E 
Shepard, George H 430 
Shepherd, Barbara A 277, 384 
Shepherd, Dons M 
Shepherd, lack C 
Shepherd, lohn W 
Shepherd, lulian W 
Shepherd, Mary H 
Shepherd, Susan A 364 
Shepherd, Susan G 
Shepherd, Vicki I N 
Sherr 



Shei 



lan, Elizabei 



Sills, William W 272. 455 

Silva! Robert C )r 
Silva. Steven L 
Silvani, Mary E 211 
Silvestri, David I 
Siminglon, William |. 301 
Simmerman, Kimbedy F 



Simmons, Patricia A 

Simmons, Phyllis M 384 

Simmons, Thomas I 266, 384 

Simms, Martina C. 

Simms, Paul H III 

Simon, Barbara F., 

Simon, Elizabeth A. 

Simon, Samuel I 230, 249, 384 

Slmonton. lohn R 

Simpkins, Pamela I 323, 335, 430 

Simpkins, William N 252 

Simpson, Barbara L 

Simpson, Bobby R 327 

Simpson, Charles E 

Simpson, Chrisline C 

Simpson, Danny R. 269 

Simpson, David W 257, 319 

Simpson, Deborah A 281. 430 

Simpson. Edward L 



Sherman, Margate! A. 298 


Simpson, Frank C. Ml 


Sherman, Marsha W 397 


Simpson, James F. 


Sherman, Pamela J 


Simpson, lerry B 


Sherman, Rodney D. 250, 430 


Simpson, John L, 


Sherman, Susan 455 


Simpson, Lida L 


Sherrard, Charles D. 


Simpson, Mary ], 261 


Sherrard, Lmda ) 


Simpson, Mary R. 455 


Sherril, Helen C. 


Simpson, Peggy 273, 430 


Sherrill, William 


Simpson. Ramona H 


Sherrod, Carol F 


Simpson, Shirley L. 


Sherry, William I. 


Simpson. Stephen P 


Sherwin, Douglas B. 


Simpson. Susan H 


Sherwood, Charles S 


Simpson, Suzanne R 405 


Sherwood, Mary C 


Simpson, Virginia J. 


Shewmaker, D.ane M 271. 279, 384 


Simpson, Waiter Jr 


Shewmaker. lames | 455 


Simpson, Wenda J 294, 302, 384 


Shewmaker, feftrey I 


Simpson. William C. 


Shewmaker, Peggv A 430 


Sims, Alan L 


Shibinski. Kimberlee 212, 275, 384 


Sims, leffrey L. 


Shields, Catherine L 


Sims, Johanna F 


Shields, Dennis 


Sims, John S. 384 


Shields, Carry W 209 


Sims, Kenneth W- 


Shields, William A 327, 430 


Sims, Linda K. 384 


Shirley, Lula T 


Sims, Stephanie L, 


Shivel, lohn W 


Sinclair, Delores J 


Shivel, Kaireka F 


Sinclair. Joyce A 


Shoaf. Brenda 1 


Singer, Debra J. 


Shoaf, Emma L. 


Singler, Mary H 


Shoaf, Ralph E 250 


Singletary, Neil E 


Shockency, Debra A 


Singleton, Belty J. 


Shockency, Mar> C 


Singleton, Fred Jr. 294 


Shoecrafi, lames H, 


Singleton. Mark A. 336 


Shoemaker, Betty L 477 


Singleton, Steven K 


Shoemaker, Denise L. 


Sink, David L. 430 


Shoemaker, Dora L. 


Sinkhorn, Janet T. 


Shoemaker, |an R. 272, 477 


Sipe, Russell J. 


Shoemaker, Melinda I 


Sipes, Diane M. 406 


Shoniee, Patricia A. 369 


Sipes, Kim M. 


Shontee, Vicki R. 430 


Sipes, Robert R. 319 


Short, Alanson M. 455 


Sipes, Vivian A. G- 


Short, Barry K- 


Sirimongkhon, Viengxa 385 


Short, Bryan 


Sisk. Deborah D. 455 


Short, Clark H. 


Sisk. Lynda G- 


Short. David F 


Sissel, Diana K. 477 


Short, Debbie D. 


Sissel, Laurie A. 430 


Short, Dianna L 397 


Sissel, Nancy L. 455 


Short. Donald C 


Sistrunk, Kim L. 


Short, Dorothy 477 


Sitko, Phillip M 


Short, Jeffrey L- 


Sivakua. Anant 


Short. lerome D. 


Sivley, Joe L 


Short, Mary P 384 


Siwen. Jami 79 


Short, Nancy K. 


Stzelove. Robin A. 


Short, Pamela I 384 


Sizemore, Alelha R 46, 455 


Short, Patricia V. 


Sizemore. Austin 


Shoshan, Abdulaziz A 


Sizemore, Billie C 


Shotwell. Charles E 384 




Shoiwell, Connie M 384 


Sizemore, Brenda G 455 


Shouse, Beverly Y 


Sizemore, Brenda G 


Shouse, Danny 5. 


Sizemore, Cassie 477 


Shouse. Debby S 


Sizemore, Charolette 


Shouse, Deborah K 


Sizemore, Eslella 


Shouse, Erchall B 


Sizemore, Gary R 269 


Shouse, Gary L 


Sizemore, Janice S. 


Shouse, lames W. 


Sizemore. Jeanie M. 


Shouse, Sandra ). 384 


Sizemore, Johnny G. 385 


Showalter, lames E II 


Sizemore. Karen E 


Shower, William A. 


Sizemore. Kalhy C. 431 


Shriver, Darcy D. 


Sizemore, Kenneth 320 


Shropshire, lames E, 


Sizemore, Oma J, 477 


Shroul, Randall K 


Sizemore. Ramona S. 


Shrum, William |. 


Sizemore, Roy 


Shryock. Cindy L. 364 


Skaggs, David J. 


Shtewi. Mohamed A 


Skaggs, Felecia R 258 


Shuff, Matthew L 455 


Skaggs, James B 


Shufflebarger, Alicia 263. 455 


Skaggs, Karen J, 


Shugars, William R |r 


Skaggs, Larry L 


Shughart. Rebecca L 455 


Skaggs. Melissa L. 


Shuler, lacquelme I 313 


Skaggs, Rose M, 272, 431 


Shumate, Tamara L. 


Skaggs, Toska S. 281, 477 


Shunlich. Mary E. 


Skedel, Sandra L. 


Shupe, Donald B. 


Skeeiers, Cyndie S. 


Sibert. Eugenia 


Skehan. Margaret E 


Sibert. Opal T 


Skelly. Douglas C 323 


Sidders, Vrcki E 270 


Skelly, Luann 332. 455 


Siders, Melanie A 


Skelton. Ricky L, 477 


Sidman, Conway j 


Skelton, Wayne T, 327, 332, 431 


Siegel, Carolyn D 


Sketch, Barbara H. 


Siegel, Gary A. 


Skidmore, Cayle A, 279 


Siemer, Maria E. 477 


Skidmore, leffrey L 


Siemer. Richard 1 


Skiles. Kimberly S, 431 


Siemon, Mark F IBO. 455 


Skinner, Stephen A, 


Sievering, Michael E 


Skinner, Terry R. 


Sievering, Vicki K 


Skonieczny, Karen S- 


Sievert, Gregory A 


Slack, Mary E. 


Sieweke, Judy P. 


Slade, Karen K, 


Siewert, Tamara L 430 


Slagle. David F. 


Siggs, Ronald C, 196, 243 


Slattery, Phillip L. 431 


Siglin, Doyle L 


Slattery, Stephanie J 283, 365 


SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON 320 


Slattery, Theresa E- 


SIGMA CHI 326 


Slaughler, Cindy A, 275. 385. 455 


SIGMA NU 322 


Slauter, Cynthia M, 


SIGMA PI 324 


Slavny, Steven J 


Sigmon. Laura L. 254, 477 


Slayton, Sernie E. 431 


Srier, Donald B 


Slayton, Lisa A, 335 


Siler, Ina K P. 


Sleet, Steve B. 336 


Siler. Tony M 384 


Sleets, Derwin R 


Silkey. Rick D 319 


Sloan. Greg S 


Silkey, Robert C. 318, 319 


Sloan, Jerry 


Silliman. Joseph D. 


Slominskv. Beatrice L. 



Slone, Howard D, 
Slone, Jeaneite E 
Slone, Jimmy R. 
Slone, Johnnie O. 
Slone, Ned 
Slone, Rita S 406 
SIrjnc, Ronnie N 
Sbne, Rulh B 
Slone, Sharon K 
Slorach, Deborah L. 249, 455 
Slucher, Ernie R 385 
Slusher. Debra E. 431 
Slusher, Ida L. 272, 385 
Slusher, Paula A, 
Slusher. Sarah M. 
Slusher, Virginia A. 
Smalley. Brett S. 250 
Smallwood, Garry W. 
Smallwood, James R, 
Smallwood, Joanne R 
Smallwood, Joyce M. B 
Smallwood, Mariarr 
Smallwood. Mike A 
Smallwood, Sharon 
Smart. Joe A 
Smart. Richard K 



385 



, Shai 



Smigia, Lawrence 260 
Smiley, leflrey A, 
Smiley, Kenneth R. 
Smiley, Lecie E. 477 



Smith, Anila L 276 
Smith. Anitha R. 
Smith. Annette L. 
Smith, Babeite D 



Smith, Becky J 245. 385 
Smith, Belinda S 
Smith, Betty I 
Smith, Betty P 
Smith. Bill 
Smith, Bobby E. 
Smith, Bradley D. 
Smith, Brenda F 
Smilh, Brenda L M. 
Smith, Candice A. 
Smilh, Carla C. 477 
Smilh, Carolyn I 
Smith, Charia J. 
Smith, Charles T. 257. 431 
Smith, Chester L. Jr. 
Smith, Chrisline M. 
Smith, Christopher C. 
Smith, Claude K Jr 
Smilh, Claudia L. 385 
Smilh, David A. 477 
Smith, David L. 
Smith, David M. 201 
Smith, David R 
Smith, David V. 
Smith, David W 



304 



. Daw 



. 385 



Smith. Deborah A, 385. 477 
Smith. Deborah K. 
Smith, Deborah L 
Smilh. Deborah L. 262 
Smith, Deborah R. 
Smith. Debra R 431 
Smith. Debra S. 



SmitI 



lith, Dia 



Smith, ICithcrJne M. 
Smith, Kathy ). 431 
Smith, Ka^e V. 
Smith, Kenneih fC 
Smilh, Kenneth L. 
Smith, Kcfoath B. 
Smith, Kimberly A. 385 
Smith, Kimberly A. 
Smith, Kimberly C 
Smilh, Larry C 
Smith, Laurel E, 
Smilh. Lawrence A, 250 
Smilh. Usa C. 
Smilh, Loretta C. 

Smilh! Marcel 283. 477 

Smilh. Mark A. 266. 327. 4J1 

Smilh, Mark A. 

Smith, Mark G. 

Smilh, Mark M. 

Smilh, Mariha W. 

Smilh, Marry D. 

Smith, Mary L 

Smith. Mary J, 



Smith, Nancy L, 
Smith. Nira D 
Smith. Pamela I 
Smith, Pamela J. 431 
Smith. Patricia L 
Smith, Paul K. 365 
Smith. Peggy L. 
Smith, Penny K. 
Smith. Phillip A. 
Smith, Phyllis C- 
Smith, Polly S, 431 
Smith, R, Susan 
Smith, Rebecc 
Smilh, Regina 
Smith, Robert D, 
Smith. Roben L 
Smith. Ronald D 280 
Smith. Ronald D 

Smith, Roselyn R B 
Smilh, Sally K, 316 
Smith, Sandra C 
Smith, Saundra 5, 
Smith, Setyoon P. 
Smith, Sharon A 431 
Smith, Sharon F 



431 



, Share 



t H- 



Smilh. Sharon L, 
Smith, Sharon L 
Smith. Shawn 271, 477 
Smith. Shelton R, 
Smith. Shenlyn R 383 
Smith. Sherre L 248, 276 



385. - 



Smith. Stephen A. 
Smith. Stephen F 
Smilh. Stephen G 320, 431 
Smith. Steven A. 
Smith. Stevie C 477 
Smith. Sue F, 
Smith, Susan D. 278, 385 
Smith, Tamara J. 477 
Smith, Tanya L 
Smith, Teresa B. 385 
Smith. Teresa E 335 
Smilh, Ter€ 






1 R B 



. Thoi 



Smith. Timothy D 456 
Smith. Timothy K 
Smith. Timothy L 
Smith, Timothy L. 
Smith. Timothy O 328 
Smith, Tina M- 
Smith. Todd R. 229. 247. 



Smith, Dickie A 336 


Smith. Tony H. 229 


Smith, Dionne F 270 


Smith. Vernon C- 


Smith, Donald B 281 


Smith. Vicki A. 273 


Smith, Donna L 


Smith, Vickie E. 385 


Smith, Donovan L 


Smilh, Wlnfield 5. 477 


Smith. Dorothy 


Smither, James S 


Smith. Elissa F 


Smithers, Larry M, 


Smith, Elizabeth A 477 


Smolenski, loseph 


Smith. Ellen O 


Smoot, David P, 


Smith. Emily C 


Smoot. Lisa A. 27Z 478 


Smith. Ernest R 


Smothers, Carol C 


Smith. Essie M 270 


Smyser, Teresa G, E, 246, 261 


Smith. Everard 


Smyth, Delmar S- 


Smith. Florence E 


Smylh, lames H, 


Smith. Frank D 


Smyth, Michael L. 


Smith, Frederick W 


Smythe, Stephen P 328 


Smith. Garrett C 


Snapp, lana F. 406 


Smith, Gary W 306. 431 


Snapp, Ronald B 


Smith. Cavie F. 


Snapp. William M III 456 


Smith, Glenn F 


Snapp, William R. 


Smilh, Gregory E 229, 260, 285, 


Snawder, Linda F. N, 


385. 477 


Snead, Robert H, 


Smith. Gregory S 


Snell, Edna 


Smith. Harold V 


Snell. lov L 456 


Smith, Mollis R 


Snell. ,Mamie L A 


Smith, lames C 455 


Snell. Tony R 


Smith, lames C 


Snell, Vera L, 


Smith, lames E 


Snider, Cynthia C 


Smith, lames R 


Snider, Ronald L 


Smith, lames T 


Snipes. Steven T. 


Smith, lanice R 


Snoddy. Elizabelh A 


Smith, lavne A 


Snow. Sandra D 


Smith, lelfery K 247, 266, 385 


fnowden. Dane S r2 


Smith, leffrey L 


Snowden, lerry D 


Smith, lennifer M 456 


Snowden, Manin B 250 


Smith, lern I 


Snowden, Nancy L 


Smith, lern M. 


Snowden, Raymond M 


Smith, limmie A 246 


Snowden, Richard 111 


Smith, joel D 


Snowden , Sara E- 


Smith, lohn A. 385 


Snowden, W. ,^^a^k 272, 385 


Smith, lohn C 11 


Snyder, Donna S, 


Smith, lohn D 


Snvder, Elizabeth C 478 


Smith. John N. 


Snvtjer, EmiK A 259 


Smith, lohn W 


Snyder, Nancy 1, 248, 264, 43 


Smilh, loseph C 


Snvder, Roger E- 


Smith, loy t 


Snyder, Teri L 316 385 


Smith, loyce S 


Sobczak, S, Mary Fnanc 


Smith, ludith E 


SOCIAL WORK CLUB 259 


Smith, ludy 1 385, 456 


Soeder, Stephen A. 456 


Smith, ludv 1 


Soehnlein, Anne D. 


Smith, lulie K 


Solano, Gary A. 


Smith, |yne B 


Solano, Romeo 1. 


Smith, lune C 


Sole, Carol W. 


Smith, lunetta 


Sole, leHers D, 



Index 503 



Soiev, Dave R. 323 
Solheim. Lisa C. 
Solomon, Gloria L 
Sommerkamp. lames P 431 
Sommerkamp. Thomas F. 
Sommers. Maraa L. 
Sons, Lisa G. 385 
Soper, Donna M. 
Soper, Frances P. 
Sorgusen. James M. 265 
Sorrell, Susan T. 251, 456 
Sorrell, Tommy J. 
Sorrels, Daniel E. 
Sorrels, lane B. 217 
Souder, Hester L. 
Southgate, Paul C, 
Soulhwood, Diana Y. 
Soulhworth, Millie G. 
Sowards. Bryan K. 478 
Sowards, Jess M. 
Sowder. Billy D. 



Staggs. Chrislopher B, 456 
Slaggs, Michael B. 
Sragner, Charloite H. 
Slahl. Mary A. 
Slaker, Donald S. 
Staker, George M. L, 
Staker. Paul W. 
Staker, Sheree L 386 
Staley, Mary A. 
Stallard, lohn E. 
Siallings. Steven W, 
Slallins, Barbara A, 
Slallons, Malcolm L, 
Stamato, lohn P. 
Stamato, Palricia S. 
Stambaugh, Michaele D 212 
Slambaugh, Shelly 25, 236. 252, 



386 



Siai 



, Christ 



Sowder. Keiih L. 


Slamper, Alice R, 


Sowder. Ralph D. 320 


Stamper. Andrew Jr. 456 


Sowders. leannelte B. 


Slamper, Barbara 


Sowell. Mark ), 


Slamper, Edwin P |r 


Sowers, Tamela 1. 


Stamper. Herman M. 


Spaffofd. Doris I. 


Slamper, Keith 


Spain, Susan M. 385 


Stamper, Linda E. 261, 431 


Spalding, Deborah A. A, 


Stamper, Linda S. 


Spalding, Elizabeth M, 


Slamper, Mary C, 


Spalding, Evelyn G. 


Stamper, Melinda G. 


Spalding. Francis L. 


Slamper. Nelwood E. 478 


Spalding. Karen ). 


Stamper, Russell S, 


Spalding, Leslie F. II 


Stamper, Teresa 


Spalding. Marie E, 


Slamper. William F 


Spalding. Mary K, 386 


Stamps. Gail A, 31 


Spalding, Paula K D 


Stamps, Gerald F, 387 


Spangler, Carolyn S, 


Stamps, Kalhie £, 387 


Spangler. Robin L 431 


Stamps, Marilyn H. 


Spangler. Stephen R 456 


Stamps, Timothy f. 


Spann. Raymond L- 


Sianaland, Janice L, 


Sparkman. Kyra M. 


Sianaland, Peggy 


Sparks, Andy L. 


Sianaland, Steven H. 387 


Sparks, Colin K, 478 


Slander. Mary L. 212, 456 


Sparks. Darby D, 272. 278, 478 


Stanfill, Dianne S, 


Sparks. Darla R. W. 


Stanford, Allen R 328, 431 


Sparks. David E. 272 


Slanifer. Linda A T 


Sparks. Debra K. 264, 406 


Sianifer, Randy O. 387 


Sparks. Dinah Y. 


Slanken, Pam M. 


Sparks, Donald R 


Stanley. Ellen F 316 


Sparks, lohn M 


Stanley, Kari D, 332, 456 


Sparks, Katherine M 


Stanley, Mary H, 


Sparks, Mary P B. 


Stanley, Sandra T 


Sparks, Paul W. 315 


Stanley, Susan E, 478 


Sparks, Rirkv S 406 


Slansberry, Dean C 


Sparks, ScotI W. 320. 456 


Stansbury, ludith E. 


Sparks, Thomas S. 


Stansel, Gail A. 


Sparks, Timothy D. 


Staples, Jennifer M. 244, 431 


Sparrow. Charles S, 


Staples, loan V, 


Spaulding, Ira W M 


Stapleton, George M. 67 


Spaulding, leanette A 


Stapleton, )ames R, 


Spaulding, Judilh A. 335, 431 


Siaplelon, lanie M 456 


Spaulding. Logan T. 


Stapleton. Lora A. 478 


Spaulding, Sheila M. 


Stapleton, Michael C 397 


Speaks, Donald B, 


Siaplelon, Ray S. |r, 320, 431 


Speaks, Laura L. D. 386 


Stapleion, Rex 


Spearman, Vickie R. 478 


Siapp, Michael C. 


Spears, Allen A. 


Siarbuck. Stephen T, 237, 257 


Spears, Glenda ). 478 


330 


Spears, (udith K. 


Stark, Karen L. 431 


Spears, Mark M 


Stark. Laman L, 387 


Spears, Susann 


Slark, Nemola M. 


Spears. Terry A, 211, 431 


Starkey, Catherine F 


Speck, Gregory W. 


Starks, Rommie M, 


Speck, lanice F. 


Starks, Sandra A, 478 


Speck. loel H, 306 


Starling, Susan L 


Speck, Larry N. 


Starnes, Reginald L, 


Speck, Raymond D 


Slarnes. Shirley P. 


Speed. Thomas F. 


Starr, Matthew F. 


Spegal, Karen L. 272, 478 


Staten, Deborah M. 


Speilh, Richard |. 


States. Wanda S. 


Speller, lames K 


Siatham, Annette 


Spellman, Thomas L, 259, 386 


Sialzer, Steve 8. 


Spence, Carol Y, 


Stauffer, Ward F. 


Spence, K Cheryl 


Slaugas, Susan L 


Spencer. Bonnie S. 456 


StClair, Robert B. 260 


Spencer. Carol S. 


Stead, Tern G. 406 


Spencer. Darryl A, 


Stearns, Pamela L 


Spencer, Diane 


Slearns, Terry K. 


Spencer. Donna L 261, 431 


Steck, Lisa M, 


Spencer, Farley R. 


Steddom, Nancy D. 


Spencer, )une D 


Sieed, lames M. 


Spencer, Larry C. 


Sleele, Charles W, 


Spencer. Laura K, 202, 203, 271 


Steele, Donna J, 478 


Spencer. Lois F. 


Steele, )ulia S. 


Spencer. Nancy L, 431 


Steele. Nancy S. 


Spencer, Scott D 386 


Steele, Rebecca B, 478 


Spencer. Theresa A. 


Steele, Robert L, 


Spencer, Wanda A. 


Sleele, Shayne 387 


Spencer. William A 


Sieele, Shelley J 275, 286. 287 


Speros, Andrea ). 


288, 431 


Sphire. Robert B. 


Sleele, Susan K. 


Spicer, jayne F 


Steele, William R 


Sp.cer, Paul T. 478 


Steely, Kaihy L 478 


Spies. Conrad C 


Steely, Mitzi W. 


Spillman. Ralph D 


Steely, Samuel K 431 


Spine, Nicholas A III 301, 478 


Steely, Susan K, 387 


Spires, Sandra L. 


Sleely, Theresa A, 257, 387 


Spradlin. Nancy M 


Steenken, Matthew W. 


Sprester, Craig A. 406 


Sleer, |ohn K. 


Spring, Michael I, 


Slefanov, Christopher 


Springmeier. Lou Ann 386 


Stefanov, Karen N. 


Sprmgmeter. Thomas R 


Stegal, Kevin 306 


Springslead, Tim O, 


Sieger, Richard C. 


Sprinkle, Amy C. 


Stegman, James 8. Jr. 


Sprinkles. Charles P. 


Slegman, Sue S. 


Sprinkles, Joan 


Slegner, Merry K, 


Sproat, jeff C. 320, 431 


Stein, Donna J, 478 


Spruill, Richard A, Jr. 306 


Steinmetz, Anne M, 248, 264 


Spurgeon, Paul A, 


Steinmetz, L. Jill 


Spurlock. Kimberly A 


Sieller, Connie i 335 


Spurlock, Marv A, 


Slenberg, Mark L. 278, 456 


Spurlock, Rose A 478 


Stengel, James K, 431 


Spurrier, Ronald W. 


Stengel, John G 478 


Squires, Al.ce M. 261. 283, 478 


Stengel, Susan L. 


St. Clair. Eula K 


Stengell, Greg 198, 332 


St. Clair, Karen L 


Stephan, Evonne L 


Slaab. Edwrna C 


Siephan. Karen L 311, 387 


Staber, Karl D. 


Stephens, Autry L. 


Stacks, Daniel K 306 


Stephens, Billy ) 


Stacy, Danny R 386 


Stephens, Boolie S. 


Stacy. Vickie C. 478 


Stephens. Caleb Jr. 


Stacy, Wrilis )r 


Stephens, Cheryl A. 262. 406 


Staed. Gregory P. 456 


Stephens, Cynthia L. 


Stafford, Buford C. 


Stephens, Douglas E, 387 


Stafford, Cathy ]. 


Stephens. Dudley H, 309 


Stafford, Charles C, 


Stephens, Dwayne M, 478 


Stafford, Michelle R. 456 


Stephens, Inga D. 


Stafford, Ronald R. Jr, 


Stephens, Jerry A. 


Staggs. Candace L. 


Stephens. Jimmv A. 



Siephe 


ns. Kristine 456 


Stephe 


ns, Lisa J 248, 387 


Siephe 


ns, Lowell E. 


Stephe 


ns. Margaret M. 


Stephe 


ns, Mark A. 


Stephe 


ns, Mark S. 


Stephe 


ns, Mary E, 


Stephe 


ns, Michael C. 277, 294 


Siephe 


ns, Michael G. 244 


Stephe 


ns, Nick A, 


Siephe 


ns. Ronald C. 


Stephe 


ns. Ruby C, 


Siephe 


ns, Sharon A. 


Siephe 


ns, Terrence C. 


Siephe 


nson, Cheryl R, 456 


Stephe 


nson, Douglas A. 


Stephe 


nson, Lee 


Siephe 


nson, Londa 406 


Stephe 


nson, M. Michael 327, 387 


Siephe 


nson. Marsha C 


Siephe 


nson, Ruth A. 


Slepp, 


Linda K. 387 


Slerlini 


. Alyce L. 


Steiar, 


Charles M. 


Steven 


Alex W. 


Stevens 


Ann A. 


Stevens 


Barbara F. 


Stevens 


Connie M, V. 


Stevens 


Deborah E. 272, 431 


Stevens 


Deborah J. 


Stevens 


Diane Y, W. 


Stevens 


Harold D. 


Stevens 


Harry C 11 


Stevens 


James W. 71, 278, 367 


Stevens 


laneC 


Slevens 


Josephine C. 


Stevens 


Lisa J. 281 


Stevens 


Marvin C, 


Slevens 


Michael K. 


Slevens 


Michele K. 456 


Stevens 


Nancy L. 279 


Stevens 


Terry 


Stevens 


on. Paul 


Stevenson, Paul T, 


Steverso 


n, Deborah L, 431 


Stewarc 


David R, 


Stewarc 


Michele L, 


Stewart 


Betty A. 


Stewart 


Carol A. 431 


Stewart, 


Caroline 


Stewart, 


Dallas R. 


Stewart, 


Dana D. 


Stewart, 


David L, 


Stewart, 


Harland B. 


Stewart, 


lanis E 


Stewart, 


Jenny M 


Stewart, 


Kenneth C, 309, 387 


Stewart, 


Larry B. 


Stewart, 


Marsha G. 258 


Slewarl, 


Mary B. 


Stewart, 


Melody A, 


Stewart, 


Phillip D, 


Stewart, 


Robin E. 387 


Stewart, 


Sandra D. 478 


Stewart, 


Serena J. 



Sncklev, Kirk H. 
Stickley, Rebecca H 
lidham. Delphia L. 



Stidhar 
Slidham, Lester A. 
Slidham, Ronald C. 
Slidham, Sheryl A, 
Sligall, Vivian W 
Siigler, Stacey A, 
Sl.les, Daryl E, 
Sliles, Holmes, T. 
Still. Dale B 456 

Stillner, Teresa K. 
Stilwell. Benedetta F, 
Stilwell, Brian D. 
Stineiorf, Roscoe H. 
Siinnell, Mark E 
Stinnett, Waller S. 
Siinson. Dixie C. 387 
Stinson, Kenneth E, 
Slinson, Leiha L, 
Stipe, Ophelia C. 
Stipes, I David 
Siipes, Tom A, 
Slitch, Darryl L. 
Stilz, Karin S. 332 



, Chai 



s W. 



Slivers, Debra K, 431 

Stivers, Diana L. 

Stivers, Jacquelyn A 217 

Stivers, Judy C. 456 

Stivers, Mary S. 

Stivers, Nancy L. 

Stivers. Roy W. 

Stivers. Sharon L. 217, 431 

Siocker, James A, 

Stocker, Ramon P. 

Stockman. Linda C. 

Stockton. Dennis R. 

Stockton, Mary A. 268, 478 

Stodghill, Allan M 

Sloeckle, Nancy G. 212, 271, 274, 

478 
Sloess, Barbara S. 
Stogsdill, Vicki L, 
Stokes, Brian K. 
Slokes, Deborah L 
Stokes, Patricia R 
Stoll, Joan F, 
Slone. Al 269, 319 
Stone, Albert L, |r. 



Slon. 



Dan h 



Sione, Elizabeth W. 456 
Stone. Erika W. 431 
Stone. Frederick S. 456 
Slone, Harold £. 478 
Stone, lames N, 
Stone, lohn H. 478 
Slone, Karen A. 
Slone. Kathryn L 277. 478 
Stone. Leslie S. 478 
Stone, Lynn M. 298, 478 
Slone, Marsha K. 387 
Stone. Regina C. 
Stone, Ricky L 
Slone, Sonya L, 
Slone, Steven P, 



Sioner, Alice L. 276 
Sloner, Mark A, 
Sloops, Dean E. 
Slorey, David W. 251, 263 
Storey, Elizabeth C, 
Storm. Robert L, 
Storm, Sharon M. 
Story, Cindy S. 

Story, Mark L. 

Story, Paula S, 

Story, Roxzedena R. 276 

Slory, William C. 

Sioui, lames C 

Slove, Rick L, 251 



. 432 



, Mai 



, 387 



Strange, Eugene 273 
Strange, lean P. 273 
Strange, lohanna E. 
Strange, Susan A, 478 
Stratman, Carol A. 
Sirallon, Holly K. 456 



Slrausbaugh, Keith M. 
Street, lames C. 
Street, Terry R, 
Strehle, loan M, 432 
Streiber, Nancy |, 332 
Streithorst, A. Davrd 
Strich, Rae L. 
Strickland, Edd 
Slricklin. loyce B 



Slrietelmeier, Daniel 

Stringer, Brenda C 

Siringer, Carolyn F. 

Stringer, Kenneth L. 

Strobach, Edward C. 208 

Strodtbeck, Mary E, 257, 283 

Strong, Bonnie 432 

Strong, Connie 456 

Strong, Guy R. 

Strong, Londa A. 

Strong. Lowell N, 304, 432 

Strong, Sheila R. 261, 406 

Strong, Susan C. 

Stroud, Dana L, 264, 456 

Stroud, Robin A, 478 

Stroud, Todd D 

Siroude, loseph G. 253, 265, 387 

Slrowig. Gary F. 

Sirucker. Mark 121 

^rthelas 456 



Sin 



, Laurj 



Stubblefield, Gregory 478 

Stucker, Mark D 

Slucker, Michael E, 

Stuckerl, Grace S. 

Stucky, Arlan D 175, 180, 387 

STUDENT GOVERNMENT 256, 257 

STUDENT NATIONAL EDUCATION 

ASSOCIATION 263 
Sluessel, John K. 456 
Stull, Carol Johnson 
Siull. William A. 
Stumbo. Elizabeth A, 456 
Stumbo, Marsha K. 332, 432 
Stump, Diane S. 
Stump, Joy A. 
Slump, Julia K. 
Stump, Mark R. 406 
Slurdivant, Patricia 478 
Sturgeon, Arthelas J. 
Slurgill. Jeanne M. 457 
Sturgill, R. Kevin 457 
Styer, Sherry L. 387 
Suerdick, Kris A, 
Suerdick, Sandra K. 237, 273, 280, 

387 
Suerdieck, Caria M, 258, 279, 332, 



Sulikowski, Diana W. 
Sullivan, Bernard F. 
Sullivan. Brian F. 
Sullivan, Cynthia D 2^ 
Sullivan, lames A. 
Sullivan, ludrth L. C. 
Sullivan. Mark W 198, 

271, 432 
Sullivan, Robin A. 
Summe, Sara M, 478 



Sumner! Susan 

Superits,' Ellen 1. 
Surf, Saied M, 
Surratt. Stanley D. 
Suter. Mark A, 273, 387 
Sutherland, Ann M. 457 
Sutherland. Deborah K. 
Sutherland, Margaret 
Suiphin, Rhonda L. 248, 387 
Sutton. Craig 
Sutton, Edwin 
Sutton. )oe D 274, 387 
Sutton, John C. 
Sutton, lohn D, 
Sutton, Lewis R. 387 
Sutton, Michael A. 
Sutton, Thomas E 432 
Swaffar, Phyllis C. 
Swafford, Cheryl R 311, 478 
Swafford, Helen 
Swan, Timothy 



Swart, Keith W. 
Swartz, Thomas M. 
Swartz, Veronica J. 328 
Swearingen. Rickey G. 
Sweat. Delores J, 
Sweat, Susie L, 
Sweckard, Paul D. 
Sweeney, Jacklyn 389 
Sweeney, Jennifer L, 432 
Sweeney, Michael M. 266, 
Sweeney, Pamela J. 
Sweet, Deborah R 
Sweet, Greg D. 
Sweet, Mark F. 
Swigart, Robin L 332 
SWIMMING 196, 197, 198, 

199 
Swinford. Monte C. 457 



Swofford. David I 
Swope, Mildred I 
Swope. Teresa K, 
Swope, Wilma ). 
Sword, lanice L, ■) 
Sword, lohn C, 
Sword, Morris B, 
Sword, Sena Z. 
Syms, Slever A. 
Syms, Susan A, 43 



— T— 



Taber, Leonard B 
Tabert, loan 478 
Tabler, Walter M, 
Tabone, Tom 1. 
Tabor, Anthony M. 
Tabor, Cynthia M. 311 
Tabor, lames 8. 306 
Tackett, Annetia G. 432 
Tackett, Cindy ). 
Tackett, Debra K, 432 
Tackett, Jackie R. 
Tackett, lanice W. 
Tackeii. lohn C, 306 
Tackeil, Jonell 332, 389 

Tacketl, Ralph 
Tackett, Selby S, 389 
Tackett, Teddy 8. 
Tacy, Lester I, 



389 
Tahmasebzadeh. Ali 
Talberl, Charles S. 
Talberl, loan L, 
Talbott, Karen S 297, 479 
Talbott, Mitzie L, 
Talbott, Pamela K. 
Tallarico, Krislina M. 
Tallent, Norma 1. 457 
Talleni, Richard A. 457 
Tallent, Rodney K, 
Talley, Debra A, 267, 457 
Talley, Vernon L. 
Tamme, Connie |. 

Tanner, Karen S 389 
Tapp, Eleanor 1. 457 



ichael [ 



Tate, Roddy L 

Talem, Robin A. 389 

Tates, loni 245 

Tatter, Deborah E. 260, 397 

Taller, Karen S. 323, 479 

Talum, lames E, 

TAU KAPPA EPSILON 328, 329 

Taulbee, Paul D. 

Tavakolian, Ali 

Taylor, Adrienne R, 479 

Taylor, Albert R |r, 

Taylor, Annette E. 

Taylor, Belinda C. 479 

Taylor, Betty I, L. 

Taylor, Catherine |, 

Taylor, Charles A. 

Taylor, Charles W. 

Taylor, Chrislopher A. 180 

Taylor, Cindy |. 

Taylor, Clifford A, 389 

Taylor, Dana L, 274. 479 

Taylor, David M. 265 

Taylor, Doris B 



389 
. 457 



Taylo, 

Taylor, Duann. 

Taylor, Durran H, 

Taylor, Geneva W. 

Taylor, Gregory S. 479 

Taylor, Helen L, 432 

Taylor, )ack S. 304 

Taylor, lanice 217 

Taylor, Jeffrey W. 

Taylor, Joe L, 

Taylor, lohn H. 

Taylor, John T 

Taylor, John T. 

Taylor, iolene D. 479 

Taylor, Judy T, 

Taylor. Kalhy L. 389 
Taylor, Kathy M. 
Taylor, Kevin T, 
Taylor, Leslie 1, 319, 432 
Taylor, Leiha H. 
Taylor. Lindley S. 311 
Taylor, Lisa A. 
Taylor. Lisa R, 
Taylor. Michael D. 432 
Taylor, Michael D. 
Taylor. Michael W. 
Taylor, Pamela C. 
Taylor, Peggy L. 
Taylor. Penny D. 406 



504 Index 




Hollywood, here I come! 



Tavlor, Phyllis D. 432 
Taylor, Reba H. 
Taylor. Rebecca L. 
Taylor. Rebecca L. 
Taylor. Riia K. 204, 205, 274, 

432 
Taylor, Robert B. 389 
Taylor, Robert P. 
Taylor, Robyn E. 479 
Taylor, Rodney A. 281 
Taylor. Rose M 
Taylor, Scott B. 
Taylor. Shannon D. 479 
Taylor, Sherron S. 389 
Taylor, Steve K, 389 
Taylor. Terry M. 
Taylor. Timothv A, 479 
Taylor, Todd 329 
Taylor, Tracey L 
Taylor, Tracy L. H. 313 
Taylor, Vincent P. 
Taylor, Wanda C. 
Taylor. William C. 
Taylor, William D. 
Taylor. Wilma |, 



. lanic 
Barr' 
. Gen, 



,- D. 269, 479 
. 432 



Teater, Howard G. 
Tedder, Robert C. 
Teipel, Mary M. 406 
Telek. )ohn A. 
Temple, Darvl L. 280 
Temple, Laura E. 
Temple. Stephanie K. 
Templei 






, Shei 



Templeion, Leo D 
Tenery, Elizabeth M. 
Tenlev. Sally ). 
Tennill, David A. 
TENNIS, MENS 168, 169 
TENNIS, WOMENS 214. 215 
1 1- 432 



Terr 



. Denni 



. 432 



Terry, Barbar; 
Terry. Daniel R. 
Terry. David S 407 
Terry, Denny 
Terry, Henry D. 389 
Terry. Kelli J. 

Terry, Wesley D, 



Tevi 



. Dam 



. 320. 433 
Textor, Janice F. 433 
Thacker, Artrice L. M. 
Thacker. Deborah A. 457 
Thacker, Gregory D. 
Thacker. |amey R. 
Thacker, Je«e W, 
Thacker, Jimmy I. 
Thacker. iulie A. 
Thacker, Linda S. 
Thacker, Mary L. 
Thacker, Patricia V. 
Thacker, Rachel M. 
Thacker, Randy 479 
Thacker, Robert N. II 407 
Thalheimer, Leslie A. 259, 294, 295, 

335, 433 
Tharler, Marsha £. 
Theiss, James D. 
Thelsing. Bryan K. 
Theobald, Philip W. 
THFTA CHI 306, 307 

Thien,'james B. 457 
Thoeny, Nita L 479 
Thoeny, William T, 397 
Thomas, Angela C. 
Thomas, April FogI 
Thomas, Christopher L. 
Thomas, Clyde A. 
Thomas, Darrell S 389 
Thomas, Deborah |. 
Thomas, Deborah ) 
Thomas, Dons A, 
Thomas, Doris S. 



Thorn 


s, Mark W. 


Thorn 


s. Michael W. 


Thom 


s. Norma F. 


Thorn 


s, Ricky L 


Thom 


s, Rory D. 457 


Thom 


s. Rosanne M. 


Thom 


s, Sammy T. 


Thom 


s, Sandi W. 


Thom 


s, Sandra J. 


Thom 


s, Shirley R 


Thom 


s, Stephen W 




s, Susan ) 280, 433 


Thom 


s. Ton! 433 


Thoma 


s, Virginia L. C. 


Thoma 


s, Wanda J. 


Thoma 


s, William M. 


Thoma 


son, lames C. 241, 290, 291 






Thomison, Kathy L. 
Thompson, Aaron Jr. 
Thompson, Anthony 
Thompson. Barbara S 
m, Betty S. 



Thotr 



, Dale 



Thompson, David C. 
Thompson, David F. 
Thompson. David K, 
Thompson, Dita L 264. 433 






. Edw 



Thompson, Elizabeth P. 
Thompson, Ellen 
Thompson, Emily C. 
Thompson. Frederick M. 
Thompson, James C. 
Thompson. Jerri L. 
Thompson, lohnny O. 
Thompson, lud.th A. 389 
Thompson, Kathy L. 479 
Thompson, Kynne 457 



- 270 



Thompson, Lynne 

Thompson, Mike R. 
Thompson. Nancy V. 

Thompson! Patricia R. 21. 335, 479 
Thompson. Patsy M. S. 
Thompson, Penny M. 
Thompson, Peter H 
Thompson, Philip E. 
Thompson, Rick L. 
Thompson, Robert C. 
hompson, Roben \ 



Thom 



lald L 



Thompson, Ruby M. 
Thompson, Shelia D. 
Thompson, Stephen R. 
Thompson, Suzanne S. 457 
Thompson, Timothy C. 389 
Thore, Kathy A, 433 
Thornberry, Debbie L 
Thornsberry, Larry R. 
Thornsberry, Stella M. 
Thornton. Ernestine S. 
Thornton, Herbert S. 
Thornton. Joanne 298 
Thornton, Marilyn A, 389 
Thornton, Murrell W. 
Thornton, Steve D. 
Thornton, William C 
Thorpe, David W. 479 
Thorpe, Dennis E, 433 
Thorpe, James L. 
Thorpe, lerry M. 
Thrasher, kimberii A. 278, 407 
Thrasher, Ricky D. 
Thropp. Gary M. 
Thurman. Cynthia L. 
Thurman. David D. 433 
Thurman, Deborah |. A. 
Thurman, Rebecca M. 



Thwailes, Randy A. 
Tichenor. Annrs C. 
Tichenof, Carey M, 
Tichenor. Carolyn J. 
Tichenor, Jenny M. 
Tickor. Debbee 332, 479 
Ticknor, Deborah E, 
Ticknor, Susan A. 
Tidwell, Billie |. 
Tidwell, Terrell E. 
Tierney, David M, 

Tierney, Tom M. Jr. 
Tignor, Sarah K. 
Tilford, Billy N. 
Tiller. Eddie L, 



Tilleil 


Kimberley N 


298, 479 


Tilley. 


Laura K 




Tilley, 


Michelle C 




Tilson 


Melissa 




Tilson 


Patricia 




Timmi 


ns Eleanor V 


C 


Timmc 


ns, Susan L 


89 


Tinche 


r, Dorothy F 




Tinche 


r, Elizabeth K 




Tinche 


r, lames E. 




Tindal 


r. Kevin R 
Gregory W 




Tingle 


Timothy V 




Tingle 


, Kenneth E. 


289, 290, 389 


Tinker 


Betty 1 202, 


479 


Tinker 


Curtis 1 269 


306 


Tmney 


Carol E 




Tipton 


Betsy A 




Tipton 
Tipton 


Carolyn D, 
Cathie 1. 


61, 479 


Tipton 


Charles A. 2 


32, 389 



Thu 



lan, William S. 
on, Connie I. 



Tipton, Larry W 

Tipton, Maria B. 

Tipton. Michaef B. 249 

Tipton. Mirzi M, 

Tipton, Paula R 73, 212, 233, 



Titus, James S 
Titus, Sharon E 265 
Tobergta, Brian L. 
Tobergte, Daniel E. 
Tobergie, David |. 267 
Tobin, Robert |. 
Tobin, Stuart 
Tobin, Veronika E. B 
Tobis, John E. 
Todd, Alice D, 303 
Todd, Bonnie M, 
Todd, James C. )r 
Todd, Karen M. 
Todd, Kathy J. 433 
Todd. Larry P. 
Todd, Pamela B. 
Todd, Sharon K. 
Todd, Virginia D 
Toftness, William M. 
Togunde, Christina O. 
Togunde, Gibson A. 
Togunde, Sunday 
Tolar, Marv E. 
Toll, Donna T 
Tolle. Belly E. 
Tolle, Phillip B. 
Tolliver, Kim 332. 389 
Tolliver, Mathew W 479 
Tolliver, Vickie L. 
Tomes. Gwendolyn S. 
Tomlinson, Ann C. 433 
Tomlinson, Diane M, 
Tomlinson. Elizabeth 
Tomlinson. Michael E. 

Tompkins! Rita D, 247, 389 
Toohey, Elizabeth A. 
Toombs, Elsie M. 407 



Topmiller, Robert C, 433 

Topper. Amy R. 275, 457 

Torbelt, Linda K. 

Tosoirn, Kathy L. 

Toth, Cecelia M, 

Toih, Mary V. 

Tottt-n, Cheryle A, 

Toiten, Richard A. 

Toner, Janet E. 252, 389 

Tougher, Susan A. 

Touvelle, Jeffrey D. 

Towles, Burnetta C. V, 

Towles, Robert S. 

Townsend, Lollie Y. 272, 433 

Townsend, Thomas H. 

Townsley, Teresa L. 

Toye, Gail M. 

TRACK AND FIELD, MENS 170. 171 

TRACK AND FIELD. WOMENS 172. 173 

Tracy. Audrey T 

Trammell, Mary E. 

Trammoll, Terri L. 

Trapp, Brenda K. 457 

Trapp, Judith C 

Travillian, Gerry S. 

Travis, Donna J. S. 

Travis, Larry T- 

Travis, Paul H. 273, 433 

Travis, Ronnie E. 

Travis, Rose E. 238 

Traw, Lorella O, 

Traylor. Donna L, 

Traylor. Jeffrey M, 

Treacy. Lisa C. 332 

Treadway. Georgiana C. 



Trent, Debra A, 479 
Trent, Janice S. 
Treon. Brenda J. 479 
Tressler. John R, 
Trewilt. Kanna 313 
Tribble, George Jr. 
Tnbble, Pamela S. 
Tribble, Steven B. 
Tribell, Ella F, 
Trick, Michael E 
Trigg, Wanda L. 389 
Trimble. Ann W, 433 



Tible, 



s M. 



Trimble, Lrnda A, 389 
Trimble, Mark C 
Trimble. Sherry C. 
Trimble, Susan R, 
Trimpe, Michael 147 
Triplett, Dougla; 



Tripp, Joe F. 

Trisler. James S, 

Tritschler, Elaine E. 

Trodahl, Marcia L, 

Trogdien, Horrell C. 

Trone, Nancy J. 

Troth. Thomas M 128. 285 

Troutman, Lisa L. 457 

Trowbridge, Pamela A, 479 

Trowell, Clayburn M. 251, 479 

Truax, Martha L 

Trude. William W, 

True, Dana M. 

True, lann C. 

Truman. Barry R. 

Truman. Harry L. 

Truman, Jenny J, 

Truman, Leslie P. 285 

Tfumbo, Carol H. 

Trumbo, Robert P. 

Trusty, Laura D- 

Tsang. Laifan M, 

Tsang. Yorkjone 

Tubb, Deborah K. 433 

Tuck, Charles E, 

Tucker. Charles M. 480 

Tucker, Cheri L. 251, 457 

Tucker, Deborah D. 

Tucker. Deborah N. 

Tucker. Deedie C. 

Tucker. Donald L. 480 

Tucker. Donna M, 244, 253, 

289 
Tucker, Douglas M. 
Tucker, Emma J. 
Tucker. Jack C. Jr. 

Tucker! Margaret S. 
Tucker. Michael M. 
Tucker. Patricia W. 457 
Tucker. Patricia W, 
Tucker, Robert E. 
Tucker, Saundra L. 
Tucker, Sheila K. 
Tucker, Sherrye G. F 
Tucker, William D. 433 
Tucker. William R. Jr. 
Tudor, Charles A. II 294, 309 
Tudor, David K. 
Tudor, Lawrence W, 
Tudor. Martha A. 
Tudor. Rose A. H. 
Tudor, Wayne A. 
Tuell. Barbara A- 
Tuggle, Joanna L, 264 
Tuggle. Kathryn M. 
Tuggle. Patricia A. B, 
Tuggle, Rose E, 278, 457 
Tuggle, Terri J. 245. 281 



> S- 

laryC 



Tun;. 

Turer 

Turley. Donna J 457 
Turley, James H. 
Turley. Valerie A. 
Turner. Agnes S, 
Turner. Archie D. 
Turner. Barnetta 
Turner. Becky 433 
Turner, Belh A. 
Turner, Brenda J. 
Turner, Brian L. 
Turner, Clifford M. 301, 433 
Turner, Cynde E. 
Turner, Daniel L. 
Turner, David M. 
Turner, Dean 407 
Turner. Delbert D. 266 
Turner, Diane 



Turncf, Donna I. 

Turner. Edward E. 480 

Turner, Eliitabdh W. 

Tufner, Elhel f. 

Turner, Eugenia K. 

Turner, Fay 

Turner, France! 8. 

Turner, Cfanville, V. 

Turner, lean C. B. 

Turner, (ohn 6. 

Turner, Itneph S. 

Turner, Kalhf L. 

Turner, Lannie L. 

Turner, Lesley A. 

Turner, Linda L 

Turner, Mart R, 241, 289, 290 

Turner, Martha B. 

Turner, Manha E. 

Turner, Melinda M. 272, 274, 457 

Turner, Melody C. 

Turner, Molly 

Turner, Nancy U 

Turner, Pat A. 

Turner, Patti A. 

Turner, Paula E. 

Turner, Rebecca I. 

Turner, Robert C. 

Turner, Robin C. 

Turner, Ronald A. 

Turner. Ronnie I. 



Turner. Sondra |. 
Turner. Sondra K. 
Turner, Stacy t. 



Turner. Steph 
Turner, Stephen R, 
Turner, Syl 



457 



, Toni S. 480 
Turner, Wanda f. 262, 48 
Turner, Woodford W. 
Turney, Jesse M. II 
Turnlpseed, Toni S. 277 
Turpen, Janice C, 
Turpin, Betty E. 



Turpin. Geneva K- 

Turpin, Zelma Y, 

Tussey, Cissy 457 

Tussey, Elizabeth L. 457 

Tussey, Jennifer J. 

Tussey, Layne 

Tussey, Parrwia S. 

Tussing, Marjorie H. 270 

Tussy. Kim A. 

Tutten, Richard A, 260 

Tutile, David L. 

Tuttie, Kirk M. 250 

Tultle. Mtcfiael D. 

Tycer, Aubrey B. 294, 295, 323 

Tye, Evelyn M. 

Tyler, Jacqueline J 

Tyler, Norma M 

Tyler. Pennie M. 

Tyler. Rebecca L. 

Tyler. Sherry L, 279 

Tyra. Vickie L- 457 

Tyree, Barbara J. 

Tyree. James 433 



— U— 



Ullm 



, Elei 



Umberger, Anita M 434 
Underbill. Alan R. 
Underbill, Danny 301 
Underbill, Karen L. 
Underbill, Mar\- T. 
Underwood. April E, 457 
Underwood, Cathy I- 
Underwood, Da\id H. 
Underwood, Laura M. 
Underwood. Linda J. 
Under\\ood, MeIod\ A. 
Underwood, Pattv ^, 
Undenvood, Robert D. 328 
Underwood, Teri E. 328 
Underwood. Terrv K. 
Underwood, William V. 
Upchurch. Chandra R. 
Upchurch, Elizabeth R. 
Upchurch. Gary K. 
Upchurch, Jeanie D. 
Upchurch. Jimmy L. 
Upchurch, Judv L. 
Upchurch. Martin L. 
Upchurch, Scarlet! N. 480 
Upchurch, Sharmaine S. 48< 
Updike. Daniel M. 
Updike. Donna M. 
Uphaus. Catherine M. 
Upton. Helen K. 
Upton. Michael A. 
UNI\'ERSm- PLAYERS 285 
Utter. Carrie F. 279. 391 
Uner, Joann 



-V— 



\ail. \ictoria L. 480 

\ aientine. Connie L. 457 

\alentine. Lois J. 

Valeniour. Joseph Jr. 
\AL1^NETTES268 
\a!lance, Eugenia W 
\alley, Eari .M. 

\anar?del, Deborah A. 272, 2 
V'anasin, Pongsri 
\anbecelaere. Thomas 
\anbuskirk. Lutrida 480 
Vance. Be^eriv S- 123. 316 



Index 505 



Vance, James M. 
Vance. |oe B. 
Vance. lohn C. 
Vance, Kaihleen A 
, Richard T. 



Van. 



, Roy f 



Vandergriff, Jerry W, 247, 391 
Vandergriff. Lisa A. 
Vandergriff. Skip E. 
Vanderpool. Connie A. 
Vandertoll. )ay J. 457 
Vandish. Richard N, 
Vanduyne, Ingrid M 
Vandy. Diana L, 
VanHook. Jenny L. 397 
VanHook, Judy E. 
VanHook, Kaihy A. 457 

VanHoose. Robin B 
VanHoow. Suzy ), 457 
VanHoose. Wendell K 
VanMiddlesworth. Cindy 
■'annoy, )ai 



Vani 



, Chris 



Vanover, Paula W. 
Vanover, Rila L 272. 274. 391 
Vanover. Ronnie W 
Vanover, Sharon W 
Vanover, Teresa A. 391 
Vanover, Tommy R. 
Vanover. Vickie F. 
Vanpelt, Tami L, 434 



Varney. ludith L, 

Varney. Lesley D 315, 434 

Vasquez, Chris A. 328. 434 



Vaughan. Lisa D. 
Vaughn, Darrell E 
Vaughn, David M, 246, 391 
Vaugh, Ginger B. 
Vaughn, lames R, 
Vaughn. Lisa D 297 
Vaughn, Richard K. 
Vaughn, Verna O. 
Vaughn, Vernon L, 
Vaughn, Vickie L D. 
Vaughl, Barry 0. 
Vaughl, Penny M. 
Veach, Daryl |. 
Veach, Gary W. 
Vedro, Gary 5. 
Venezie. Doris I. 271 



Verwold, Parricia 391 

Vessels, Mary V. 434 



k'ickers, Florenc 
i/ickers, Joyce 



/ilaylhong, Somnuck 
/ilinskis, Olgerts V, 
/illylhong. Nou 
. Louis 
r, Harold R. 
I, Richard D 
1, Roberr L 391 
1, Wayne A. 



Vockery. Helen N. 
Vogelsang, Daria J 
Vogelsang, Steve T, 
Vogi, Deborah L 



Vogi, 



im G- 



Vogl, Patricia D, 457 

Voiers, Vickie S. 335 

Voight, Geoffrey G, 

Voight, lesselyn E 

Volkerding, John K. Jr. 457 

VOLLEYBALL 212, 213 

Vollman, |oni M, 

Volpenhein. Gregory B, 

Volpenhein, Mark E 248. 249. 391 

Volpenhein. Sam A, 457 

Volz, Phyllis C. 

Vorbeck. Joseph A 

Vowels, Constance C 

Vowels. Janet K 

Voyles, Timmy W. 



— W— 



Waag, Susan I 
Waddell, lerry w 
Waddle, Diana R 
Waddle, Elizabeth A 
Waddle, Leesa 5 
Waddle, Mary L. 
Waddle, Rosezell C 



Wade, Brenda 1. 407 
Wade, Gloria M 
Wade, lerrv L 281, 285 
Wade, Leslie A. 274, 480 
Wade, Paula K. 245, 258, 480 
Wade, Susan R 457 
Wade, Tommy O. 
Wadlinglon, Rebecca A, 
WagahofI, Anthony L, 458 
Wagenaaf, Douglas I, 
Wagers, Anga I. 391 
Wagers, Betty R 
Wagers, Evelyn 
Wagers, Joyce M 
Wagers, Linda D 
Wagers, Theresa M 



Waggoner. |ohn F 391 
Waggoner, Robin K. 391 
Wagner, Daniel j- 
Wagner, Daniel L, 306 
Wagner, lane E 
Wagner, Joy E 316, 391 
Wagner, Kimberly M 480 
Wagner, Mary M 
Wagoner, Dora L. 
Wahlbrink, Steve C 434 
Waide, Alice I 
Wainscott, David E, 



Wain 



, Mike 



, Vici 



456 



Wakeham, L 
Wakim, William J, Jr. 
Walburn, Lori L 434 
Walden, Jamie 
Walden, Joann R 
Walden, Nelson C. 
Walden, William D 
Waldon, Judy E 
Waldrop, Fred D |r 
Waldroup, Roddy C. 
Walker, Alonza Diann 



'alkei 



Andr< 



Walker, Angela D. 
Walker. Angela Y, 
Walker, Arthur H. J 



. Betty 
, Carl 



Walker, Cathy B. 
Walker, Charles F 337 
Walker, Charles T. 
Walker, Cheryl A- 480 
Walker, Christine E, 
Walker, Colleen E, 
Walker, Deborah L 261, 434 
Walker, Deborah L. 332, 458 
Walker, Donald K 
Walker, Elizabeth A. 
Walker, Ernest R, 
Walker, Frederick J 458 
Walker, Ceraldine E. 
'alker, Janis C. 434 



Walk 



458 



, John f 
WaJkcr, lohn R 
Walker, Judy S 
Walker, Karen A 
Walker, Kasaundra L 
Walker, Keilh H 320, 458 
Walker, Larry W 
Walker, Melvin 276 
Walker, Myra A, 
Walker, Robert A 
Walker, Sharon | 212, 458 
Walker, Shelly L 
Walker, Tern L 458 
Walker, Terry E 
Walker, Tina C 
Wall, Linda E 
Wall, Linda R. 
Wall, Marlene M 
Wallace, Anna R 
Wallace, Brad C 160, 161, 323, 
500 



sllaci 



ell O 



Wallaci 

Wallac. 

Wallace, Lu Anne 

Wallace, Mary F, 

Wallace, Michael A. 327 

Wallace, Randall K. 306 

Wallace, Roberta L, 

Wallace, Roxie I, 

Wallace, William L. 407 

Wallen, David A 

Wallen, Leslie A 

Wallen, Rita C 

Waller, Jo E, 2»i, 311, 407 

Walling, Catherine A 

Walsh, David T, 



Walsh 
Waltei 
Walte 






111 327 



Walterman, Tammy j 434 
Wallers, Andy M 
Walters. Bonnie H 
Walters, Daniel V 280 
Walters, Frank R 266, 434 
Walters, Gary L 
Walters, Henry C 
Walters, Kenneth B 456 



'alters 



Walton,' Laura L 
Walton, Michael L 458 
Wamsley, Jane M, 
Wamsley, Thomas A 
Wang, Tian Miau 
Warburlon, Deborah H, 
Ward, Bernadine 480 
Ward, Bobby G Jr 
Ward, Brent A, 330, 391 
Ward, Brian K 265, 315 
Ward, Cale P 
Ward, Don F 280 
Ward, lames E Jr 



Ward, Milton L 
Ward, Nancy L. H, 
Ward, Samuel M, 
Ward, Stephen D, 434 



Ward, Teresa C, 
Ward, Thomas S 
Ward, Virginia C- G. 
Ward, William D, 
Warden, Carol Cole 245 
Warden, Donna T. 
Wardlow, Elmore A, 
Wardrip, Ronald G 
Wardrip, William H. 
Ware, Archie L III 315, 391 
Ware, Barbara A. 391 
Ware, William E. 
Warf, Carmela P 
Warlield, Schuronda G, 397 
Warlord, Debra A, 480 
Warlick, Anthony L, 



War 


Tibrodl, James C. 391 


War 


Tiing, Karl E, 


Warmouth, Tenna M. 


Wat 


er, Clayton H, 


War 


let, David R 


War 


er, Gregory S. 


War 


er, lanet L, 259, 391 


War 


er, Jeffrey C 306 


War 


er, Libby 1, 298, 327, 458 


War 


ke, Cheryl A 480 


Warnock, Cheryl A 


War 


en, Broadus V, 


War 


en, Carolyn J 


War 


en, Daniel C Jr, 



Warre 


n, lohn P 


Warre 


n, Karen G, 


Warre 


n, Loti S 284 


Warre 


n, Melanie 


Warre 


n, Natalie J. 460 


Warre 


n, Peggy 


Warre 


n, Robert A. 


Warre 


n, Roger D, 249, 391 


Warre 


n, Sarah E. 289 


Warre 


n, Steven R, 330 


Wartir 


ger, Debra J. 


Wash 


ngton, Augusta M, 458 


Wash 


nglon, GJoria J. 407 


Wasso 


n. Mary E, A, 


Water 


, Ann T, 


Water 


, Dayna J, 391 


Water 


, James D, 198, 243 


Water 


, Patricia L. 


Water 


, Viola R, 


Wat he 


n, lane M 480 


Watki 


s, EaH W Jr 


Watki 


s, James C 457 


Watki 


s, Joy T 


Watki 


s, Joyce K, 


Watki 


s, Kathryn L 


Watki 


s, Pamela M, 


Watki 


s, Ronald L 


Watki 


s, Samuel E, 


Watki 


s, Sharon L 


Watki 


s. Sheila B. 


Watki 


s, Veronica A 302 


Watki 


s, Vicki H 


Watko 


Thomas M 


Watso 


n, Barbara H 


Watso 


n, Billye 1 


Watso 


n, Carol 1 


Watso 


n, Charles W 


Watso 


n, Debbie L 264 


Watso 


n, Donald L 


Watso 


n. Donna L 


Watso 


n, Guy M 201 


Watso 


n, Harold G, 


Watso 


n, leanetle B 


Watso 


n, Jeffrey F 



Walters, Clarenel 
Waiters, Lonnie £ 
Watts. Debra G, 
Watts, Donna K. 



, Patrici 



Watis, Perry B 328 
Watls, Rella 5 
Watts, Rose H 
Watts, Roy L III 407 
Walls, Shirley A. 
Watts, Stephen K. 
Waugh, Gregory D 
Way, Gregory A. 
Way. Kenneth T. 
Weaiherhead, Tracy A. 480 
Weathers, Burnett 261, 276 
Weathers. Delena A. 
Weathers, Latanya D. 
Weathers, Mary L. 303, 391 
Weathers, Steven K. 
Weathers, William A. 
Weaver, Darryel A, 
Weaver, Deborah A. 391 
Weaver, Deborah ). 
Weaver, Diana A, 
Weaver, Lorraine 302 
Weaver, Michael R. 
Weaver, Patrick M 391 
Weaver. Shelly R. 480 
Weaver. Sophia E 



Wea\ 



3 M, 



Weaver. Wanda S, 319, 392 
Webb. Carolyn A. 
Webb, Cheryle 283 
Webb, Danny R. 
Webb, David H 
Webb, Elizabeth B, 
Webb, Eugene 434 
Webb, Eugenia L. 
Webb, Harriet I 
Webb, Jennrler C. 328 
Webb, lohnny D. 
Webb, )ulie E 
Webb. Kathleen Y. 
Webb, Laberta I. 458 
Webb, Mary Sisson 



Webb, Randy J. 280 
Webb. Richard A. 407 
Webb. Robert B. 
Webb, Robert L. Ir 
Webb, Sherrill A, 335, 480 
Webb, Susan F. 
Webb, Virginia L. 
Webber, Anthony L, 201, 252, 391 
Webber, David E. 280 
Weber, Bob 330 
Weber, Judith A, 434 
Weber, Leonard J, 
Weber, Matthew P, 180 
Weber, Nancy L. G. 
Weber, Robert | 
Webster, Charles A. 
Webster, Denise M. 
Webster. Gloria H, 
Webster. John W, 
Webster, Kimberly A. 278 
Webster, Louis 
Webster, Paul F. 270. 391 
Webster. Thomas K, 
Webster, William B, Jr, 
Webster, William J. 
Weddle, E. Dale 
Wedemeyer, Cindy L 
Weedman, Jackie D. 
Wegenast. Teri M. 
Weghorn, Thomas M. 
Wehaibi. Suleman A. 
Wehner. Judith A. 
Weidinger. Ken W. 251 
Weier, William R. 
Weigel, Pamela S. 335 
Weihl, Lynne M. 
?iiage. Chena L, 



Wein 






Weingarlner, Anthony 
Weis, ludy A. 
Weis. Karen A. 434 
Weis, Sandra A, 
Weis, William K. 

lan. Shelley L 391 



, Dave 253 
en da 



Wei 
Wei 
Welch, Betty J 
Welch, Diana C 
Welch, Essie E 
Welch, Janet H. 
Welch, John A 480 
Welch, Kathryn A. 
Welch, Larry D. 
Welch, Lauren L 
Welch, Mark K. 29- 



284, 480 



Welch, Mary M 
Welch, Melburn 456 
Welch, Pam S. 
Welch, Richard D. 270 
Welch, Roy M, 
Welch, Shirley K. 
Welch. Wanda R. 
Weldon, Gary F, 
Weldon, Kathy L, 
Wellhrock, Stanley C, 
Weller, Austin 
.Wellman, Sandra L. 434 
Wellman, Vickie L. 
Wellmeyer, Christine 
Wellmeyer, Edward K. 
Wells, Alvin 
Wells, Beatnz C, 
Wells, Betty L. 458 
Wells, Betty L. 
Wells, Billy P. 306 
Wells, Carolyn S. 
Wells, Debra D. 480 
Wells, Debra E 458 
Wells, Dennis W 
Wells, Donna R. 
Wells, Frank A, )r, 
Wells. Jo Anelen 392 
Wells, John L Jr 280 
Wells. Linda C. 288, 458 
Wells, Lloyd H 
Wells, Marsha L. 
Wells, Mary E 275 
Wells, Patsy E 
Wells. Priscilla A. 434 
Welis, Richa E 
Wells, Richard H 251, 458 
Wells. Robert O |r 328 
Wells, Ronnia H 
Wells, Sharon R 25, 273 
Wells, Terry L 
Welsh, loseph F 
Welsh, Klara S, 
Welsh, Mary M. 301 
Welsh, Todd M. 434 
Welly, Brenda Jackson 
Wendein, Joseph F. 434 
Wentzel, Mary S. 392 
Wernegreen, Joan R. 
Werner, Carolyn S. 
Werner, Judith B, 
Wesley. Christie T. 
Wesley, Donna J. 
Wesley. Donna I. 
Wesley, Greta 
Wesley, Hanna L 
Wesley, Lesa 458 
Wesley, Melissa G. 
Wesley, Modena C. M. 
Wesley, Pamela L, 458 
Wesley, Randy |, 
Wesley, Vanessa 458 
Wesley, William C. 
Wess, Carrie D. 
Wess, Cheryl S, 
Wesselkamper, Mary P. 
West, Althea F. 
West, Billy J. 
West, Chris A. 



West. Kenneth P. 
West, Kimberly A. 480 
West, Nancy A. 332, 392 
West. Roy J 294, 306, 307 

Weslbrook, Lawrence M 
Weslerlield, Cynthia 262, 434 
Wesierfield, Earl E. 
Westerfield, Jill P 
Westerlield, John S. 



Westermeyer, Joseph E. 
Weston. Beverly C. 
Westrick, Charles B. 
Westrick, Charles D. 480 
Westrick, Lori L, 
Westrick, Pamela K. 
Wethington, Bettye M. 
Wethington, Mary P, 
Wethington, Victoria 
Weyhrauch, Ernest E- 
Whalen, Aileen 



Whal 



, Cynth 



Whalen, Nancy J. P. 
Whalen, Regis E, 
Whaley, Anthony D, 



Wharton. Richard A. 392 
Wheatley, Donna K. 434 
Wheailey, Larry W. 
Wheeldon, Brenda G. 
Wheeler, Alan H. 480 
Wheeler, Allie Baker 
Wheeler, Brenda D 
Wheeler, Dale E. 
Wheeler, Carv C. 320, 392 
Wheeler, Lawrence E. 
Wheeler, Lillian A. 
Wheeler, Lola A, 
Wheeler, Milton L. 
Wheeler, Roxie A 
Wheeler, Stephen C. 458 
Wheeler, Venita S. 
Wheeler, Vicky L 434 
Whelan. Gery C- 
Whidby, Mary S. 458 
Whisenhunt, Richard M. 
Whitaker, Beverly B, 



?r, Fess D. 392 
?t. Ford D 
'I. Gary D. 



White. Carl M. 
White. Cecilia D. 
White, Charles E, 434 
While, Charles E. 
White, Cheryl E 407 
White, Cheryl E 
White, Cindy L. 
White, Cindy L. 
White, Cynthia L. 275, 458 
White, David C. 252, 434 
While. David L. 309, 392 
While, Denese 434 
White, Donald C. Jr. 
While, Edward E. 
White, Edward L, 
While, Ernest R. Ill 
White, Frank A. Jr. 



1 211 



Whit. 

Whil 

While, Pamela S. 458 

While, Ronald A. II 330 

While, Rosalia M. 480 

While, Ruth A. 

White, Scolt 458 

While, Shelby R. 241, 289, 392 

While, Susan 393 

White, Susan C. 

White. Ted N. 

White, Thomas E. IflO 

White, Thomas S, 

White, Tracy M. 

White, Ursula 231, 252, 393 

White, Valerie G. 

White, Veda A. 247, 265, 266, 

297, 393 
While, Victor S. 
Whited, Everett P 
Whited, Michael W 
Whitehead, Gary W 236, 239, 250. 

268 
Whitehead, Kathleen M. 268', 393 
Whitehead, Linda D. 
Whitehouse, Donna G. 274 
Whitehouse, Karla P, 
Whitehouse, Kathy J. 274, 434 



Whit 



1 271 



Whiiesel, f 
Whitfield, lames F. 
Whitfield. Laura B, 275 
Whiting, Bruce W. 
Whitis, Calvin 320 
Whilledge. Mary G. 480 
Whitley. Amy |, 
Whitley, Beverly K. 
Whitley, Kim D 480 
Whiiling. Constance M. 
Whitlock, Charles D. 
Whitman, Barry S, 434 

1 W, 252, 393 



Whin 
WhitsitI, Debi 
Whitt, 
480 



: C. 259, 272, 280, 



WhitI, William B. 
Whittaker, Cheryl D- 259, 458 
Whitlaker, Gregory C. 
Whiiiaker, Lynn C. 480 
Whittaker, Patricia M. 
Whitlaker, Thomas J. 330 
Whittamore, Karen L, 
Whitlamore, Lloyd R. 
Wiard, Deborah S. 279, 458 
Wickelhaus, Teri L. 458 
Wicker, Florencie A. 



506 Index 



Wicker, Greg L. 307, 434 
Wicker, Sheila A. 
Wicker. Vincent A. 306, 458 
Wickersham, Edna L, 
WFckham, Melanie S. 
Wickline, Debra A. 458 
Wickline, Karen L 393 
Wickline, Mark A. 24S, 393 
Widener. Juanita C, 
Widman, |anet M, 295. 298, 434 
Wiederhold, Robert C 
Wiedmer, Katherine M, 458 
Wieliczko. Mary A, 280 
Wiener. Rebecca I 458 

Wierman. Nyoka A. 

Wieschhoff, Caihyanne 

Wiesemann, Rosemary V. 

Wiesner, David C. 

Wietholier. Thomas A. 

Wiggins, Joseph 

Wiggins, Sally S. 

Wtgginion, Chnstophe 

Wiggimon, Julia L. 

Wiggiesworlh, James E- 249, 259, 393 

Wigglesworth. Ronald 



, John C. 
. John M. 
. Judy P 435 



Wilbanks. James D. 393 
Wilber, Ann E. 458 
Wilberding, 



434 



Wilborn. Jame 
Wilborn, Jeffrey T, 
Wilbum, Leonard D 434 
Wilce, William S 
Wilcher. June B, 
Wilcher, Nancy C. 
Wilcox, Belh A. 480 
Wilcox. Frank F, 
Wilcox. CenieC. 
Wilcox. Rocky P 
Wilcoxen, Greg D. 



393 



Wilder. Anfhc 

Wilder. Ava C 

Wilder, Carl W, 

Wilder, Gary W 

Wilder. James A. 272 

Wilder. Jonell C. 

Wilder, Mary A. 

Wilder. Michael R. 272, 274 

Wilder, Paul A. 

Wilder. Tony 249, 315 

Wilder. Wanda C 

Wilder, Wilson K. 

Wilding. George E, 



Wiles. I 

Wiles. Shirley J. 

Wiley. Susan Johnson 

Wiley. Wanda R 

W/ilgus. Curtis A. 

Wilhelmi, Joyce A. 379, 434 

Wilhoit. James R. 

Wilhaile, Walter M 459 

Wilkerson. Becky R. 294. 335, 434 

Wilkerson, Gregory R. 67, 278, 288, 



Wilker 


on, Karen D. 393 


Wilker 


on, Mary L 


Wilkerson, Rhonda K 202, 203, 271 


459 




Wilkers 


on, William C. 


Wilkin, 


Ronald 1. 


Wilkins 


Nadia L- 316 


Wilkini 


on, Arthur L 


Wilkins 


on, Claud V, 459 


Wilkins 


on, Debbie 1. H 


Wilkirst 


n, Frances F 434 


Willard 


Elizabeth K 


Willard 


Timorhy R. 


WilJenb 


nnk. Dale M 


Willenb 


nnk, Rila L 459 


Wrilero 


V, Randy S. 


Willetl. 


Belh T 


Willeun 


ier. Slacey 459 


Willey, 


Robin B 


Willgin 


, Debora A 481 


Willhile 


Charles C 


Willhite 


Elizabeth A 


Willhoi 


e, Robert A 


William 


, Angela R 393 


William 


, Ann P. 


William 


, Anne D 


William 


, Barbara J 


William 


, Barry F, 


William 


, Barry S. 


William 


, Bennett R. 


William 


, Bernelta N. 


William 


, Betsy K- 


William 


, Betty C. 


William 


'. Billy i- 


William 


, Caria 393 


William 


, CarIa A. 


Wriliam 


, Carolyn R, L, 


William 


, Christopher 




, Connie L. 217 


William 


, Crystal L- 46, 161, 298, 


459 




William 


, David 304 


William 


, David A, 273, 481 


William 


, David C- 


William 


, David W 


William 


, David W 


William 


, Deboiah I 459 


William 


, Deborah I. 393 


William 


, Donna L, 


William 


, Doyle 


William 


, Eddie B. 407 


William 


, Elizabeth A, 481 


William 


, Feliraa L. 393 


William 


, George S 




Clenda K- 5. 


William 


, Gregory L, 


William 


Harold D- 273, 435 


William 


, Howard D- 393, 495 



, Jeffrey D, 180 
, Jeffrey L, 280 
, Jennifer G. 



Willian 


s. Mark E. 


Willian 


s, Michael B. 


Willian 


s, Michael B. 


Willian 


5, Michael C 


Willian 


s, Myra L T. 



IS. Phillip R. 
IS, Ralph J. 
^% Raymond J. 304 

IS. Richard J. 224, 237 
IS, Ricky L. 
IS. Robena R 
IS, Ronn.e 
IS, Sandra L 
IS, Sarah E. 481 
IS, Sarah W. 
IS, Sherri L 
IS. Stacia E. 481 
IS, Stan D, 435 
IS. Stephen A. 394 
IS. Susan B. 
IS. Tarzza K, 294, 337 
Williams. T.mothy J. 

Williams, Vicki D. 
Williams, Vickie L. 311 
Williams, Wanda F. 
Williamson, Barbara A. 481 
Williamson. Donna J. 313 
Williamson, Janet 

■nberly 



Willia 
Wnilia 
Willia 



Willia 



■on. Lau 
ion. Melissa J 
on, Ronald D. 
■on, Sandra C 
. Mark W. 



Willia 

Willin 

Willinger. 

Willinger. Richard J 

Willingham. Donald L 

Willingham, J, Lager 

Willis. Emily Joyce 

Willis, Gaye A. 459 

Willis, Jane M, 

Willis, Joy E. 

Willis, Linda R. 394 

Willis, Mike N. 

Willis, Nikki C. 311 

Willis. Raymond B. 

Willis. Susan C. 

Willis. Thelma M. 

Willis, William S. 

Willoughby, Aletta J. 278, 394 

Willoughby, Bill E. Jr. 

Willoughby. Cindy I, 278. 394 

Willoughby, Mark T. 180 

Willoughby, Randy D. 

Willoughby, Samuel W. 

Wills. Brenda 

Wills. Paula J, 481 

Wilma, James L. 

Wilmhoff, Debora A 



Wilson. Belinda F 268, 394 
Wilson. Betiv A. 
Wilson. Carolyn S. 



Wilson, Danny C. 
Wilson, David A. 
Wilson, Deanna D. 394 
Wilson, Debra D. 394 



Wilson, Denise A X 

Wilson, Derek J. 

Wilson. Doris N, 

Wilson. Douglas D 



Wilson, James 
Wilson, Jane N 
Wilson, Jane S 
Wilson, Janyl L 



Wilson. Judith A. 

Wilson, Judith C. G. 

Wilson. Katherine A. 

Wilson. Kathy L. 217 

Wilson, Linda K. 284, 



Wilson. Linda L. 
Wilson, Louetta R 407 
Wilson. Margaret L. 
Wilson, Mark A 
Wilson, Mark T. 

Wilson! Mary D. 
Wilson, Mary L. 435 
Wilson, Mallie L 
Wilson, Michael D. 481 
Wilson. Nancy R, 
Wilson, Nancy S. 
Wilson, Pamela J. 394 
Wilson, Patricia A. 
Wilson, Patricia A. 
Wrlson. Patricia K. 
Wilson, Paili R 481 
Vyilson. Paul D. 
Wilson, Phillip C. 319, 394 



Wilson, Richard A. Jr 267 

Wilson, Robert A, 

Wilson, Ronald 

Wilson, Ronald D. 

Wilson, Rose N. 

Wilson, Roy L. 

Wilson, Ruth H. 

Wilson, Sieve A, 

Wilson, Sue A, 

Wilson, Terry S, 

Wilson. Theresa R, 

Wilson. Vickie L. 261 

Wilson. William E. 

Wilson. Willie J. 

Will, Judy L. 259, 481 

Wilz, Marcia A. 68, 394 

Wimberly, Winjfred A 288, 459 

Wimsatl. Angela J. 435 



. Mark D, 
, Donn 



Winder, David R. 395 
Wine, Dennis J. 251, 266. 395 



Wink, Pamela S. 
Winkler. Bryan A, 
Winkler, Dennis A. 
Winkler, Edwin G. Jr. 
Winkler, Kimberly 407 
Winkler, Marsha C. 435 



Wi 

Wi 


in, Richard W 320 
ischer, Leslee B 
iseti, Robert W 






Wl 


islow, Julie M. 202, 


271 


281 


Wi 


istead, Susan J- 






Wi 


islon, Wendy L. 






Wl 


iterberg, Lisa E. 






Wl 


Iters, Beth A. 






Wl 


ters, David L- 






Wl 


ters, Michael E. 






Wi 


ters, Patricia A. 






Wl 


eman. David R 







Wiseman, Darryl A. 481 
Wiseman, Gregory R, 435 
Wiseman. Katherine S. 
Wiseman, Mark D. 
Wiseman. Peggy L 
Wisnioskj. Douglas R. 
Withers. Dennis W. 
Withers. Frank D. 
Witherspoon. Joe P. 



Witt, Vinada K. 
Witten. Carl E 
Wiitenbarger, Joseph 
Wrttenbarger, Robert 435 



Linda A. 335, 459 



395 



Wils 



407 



Woehler. Rickie D. 
Wohlleb, Vicki 
Wohn. Cindy I 
Wolf, April 249. 395 
Wolf, Debbie J 
Wolf, Jeffrey L 
Wolf, John C 
Wolf, Kathleen M. 395 
Wolfe, Alan M. 435 
Wolfe. April 316 
Wolfe, Donna H. 
Wolfe. Lisa E. 
Wolfe, Maria K. 313, 398 
Wolfe, Mary A. 407 
Wolfe, Robin W. 275, 459 
Wolfe, Scott C, 435 
Wolfe, Tommy D. 435 
Wolff. Thomas C. 
Wolfhurst, Vickie 268 
Wolfinbarg'er, Carol G. 
Wolfinbarger, E. Adair 
Wolf.nbarger, Rebecca 
Wolfinbarger, Reda F. 
Wolford. Aneida M, 
Wolfzorn. Cheryl A. 435 
Wolpin. Susan I. 
Wolter, James B. 
WOMEN'S OFFICIATING 

SERVICE 274 
Wong. David T. Y. 272 
Wong, Jonathan C. S. 
Wong, Laiying W. 395 
Wong, Tinyau 395 
Wong. Vivian V. 
Wood, Aldwin O. 
Wood, Andra L. 
Wood, David L. 
Wood. Debra \. 435 
Wood, Griff A 395 
Wood. Inez 

Wood. Jacqueline E. 459 
Wood, Janice L. 
Wood, Joe B 
Wood, Pamela J. 262 
Wood, Rebecca E, 
Wood, Robert 395 
Wood, Robie E, 281 
Wood, Sarah M. 481 
Wood, Shelia K. 395 
Wood, Susan N. 
Wood, Vickii L. 
Wood, William C, 395 
Woodall, Donald R. 
Woodall, Phillip L 
Woodard, Charles S. 

Wooderson. Stephen A. 
Woodford. Diane P 
Woodlee. Barry K, 
Woodrev. Dale \. 
Woodring, Stephen A 407 
Woods, Angelia M. 481 
Woods. Billy J. 
Woods. Charles W. 481 



Woods, Chris R. 459 
Woods, Frankie L 459 
Woods, Kathy 
Woods, Kenneth E. 
Woods, Larry D. 
Woods, Lalanya D. 
Woods, Phit T. 
Woods, Rcgina K. 
Woods, Richard L 
Woods, Sarah F. 
Woods, Susan R. 
Woods, Teddy C. 435 
Woods, Theresa R. 
Woods. William R, 
Woodward, Janet L. 
Woodward, Jeffrey C. 
Woodward, Robin I. 459 
Woodyard. Raymond 
Wooldridge, Donald C. 
Woolery, Jane M. 
Wooley, James P. 
Wfwlfolk, Barbara J. 
Woolfolk, James S, 
Woolum, Barbara T, 
Woolum, Sherry L. 
Woolum, William R. 459 
Woolums, Ray R. fl 
Woosley, David H. 
Woosley, Giyndon L. 
Woosley, Giyndon L. 
Woosley, Larry J. 
Woosley, Tommy D. 
Wooton, Jean A. 
Wooion, L Maxinc 
Wooton, Marcella A. 
Wooion. Patricia L 
Wooion. Sharon D. 
Wooton, Wilma M, 
Work, Kathy M, 407 



Workn- 

Wort 



Workman. William J. Jt. 459 
Works, Kimberly J. 
Worley. David L, 
Worley, James E. 
Worley, Janice M. C. A. 
Worley, Peggy S. 435 



Worrell, Martie E, 

Worsham, Morris R. 

Wray, Lisabeth L. 202. 274. 481 

Wren, Benita S. 

Wren, Jerri L 

Wren, William J. 

Wright, Beverly S. 

Wright, Cecelia F. 407 

Wright. Charles G. 

Wright. Cora 5, 

Wright. Cynthia A, 251, 264, 459 

Wright. Dave T. 

Wnghl. Dawn E, 

Wright, Debora K. 217 

Wright. Denise C. 276 

Wright, E, Allen 

Wright. Edward F, 

Wright, Evelyn W. 

Wright, Gene C. 

Wright, Jeffrey .\. 

Wright. Jeffrey W. 

Wright. Jerome P. 

Wright, Jerry L. 

Wright, Jesse J. 

Wright, Kenneth j. 

Wright. Kim N. 

Wright. Linda L. 

Wright. Mary 



right. 



lary J, 



Wright. Michael S, 294. 301 
Wright. Myra T. 
Wright, Otis K. 
Wright, Patricia B. 
Wright, Patncia L. 
Wright. Paul E. 
Wright. Rhonda K. 
Wright. Richard L. 
Wright, Ronald W. 459 
Wright, Suzanne L. 264, 459 
Wright, Terry W 
Wright, Thomas D. 
Wright, Valda T, 



right. 



Wright, Wilfred R 
Wu, Bernadette 395 
Wu, Charles 



— Y— 



Yates. Archie 
Yates. Bobbi S. 
Vates. David 309 
Yates, Deborah J- 26l 
Yates, Don B. 
Yates. Joni L. 435 
Yates. Joseph D 
Yates. Joseph R. 
Yates, Mary E 481 



Veager, Deborah J. 

Veagcf, Joseph L. 

Vc-ager, Larry T. 

Veager, Richard 285 

Veakey, Lita I. 481 

VeariJey, John W. Jr. 

Veary, Lara C. 

Yeary, Patricia I. 395 

Veary, S<even R. 

Yeasi, Loui} 

Yeast. Nicky R. 180 

Yeaier, Sheila D, 4J5 

Yehle, Timothy L 280, 4ffl 

Velton, Belly R. 

Vellon, Michael A. 

Yeoman, Mike 6. 

Verian, Dale L 

Vinger, Gretchen L. 

Voder, Bret H, 198, 459 

Vonis, Charles C. 257, 395 

Yonis, Lir^da M. 

Yonrz, Charles S. 

York, Daniel |. 459 

York, Darrcl! K. 

York, David C- 

Vorfc, Diana S. 

York, Elsie I. 

York, Helen M. 

York, Henry F. 

York, Mary T, 

York, Mona L. 

York. Teresa L. 435 

York. Thomas .M. 

York. Wilgus D. 

Young, Allan K. 

Young. Belly ]. 

Young, Bruce T. 319 

Young. Clyde 6. ff. 

Young, Clyde Jr.- 

Young. Donald L 309 

Young, Douglas W. 

Young, Fayette M. 

Young, Gregory M. 

Young, Harriet J. 

Young. Howard L 

Young, Jana L. 

Young. Jane R. 

Young. Janel L, 

Young. lanei L 395 

Young, John R. 

Young, (ovce L. 279. 297, 395 

Young. Judy A. 395 

Young, Julie A 

Young. Kelly V. 316 

Young, Lisa G, 459 

Young. Mae B, 

Young, Marie 

Young, Mark A. 481 

Young. Michael W'. 

Young. Robert J. 

Young. Samuel R Jr 250. 435 

Young, Steven D. 

Young. Steven L 

Young, Susan E. 244. 265, 435 

Young. Thelma 459 

Youngman. Linda B. 

Yount. Janet .M. 248, 435 

Yount. Lee A. 



— Z— 



Zachari. Edw-ard K. Jr 
Zagar, Andrev; I 395 
Zahar. Ibrahim M. 
Zaione, Patrick A, 
Zanone. Weslev M 
Zeckner, Marlene E. 262 
Zehnder. Tami L. 
Zeller, Alice .A_ 481 
Zeller. Joseph B. 
Zerhusen. Raymond J, 459 
Zeizer. Joan E. 246. 261, 435 
Ziarkowski, Thaddeus 267 
Ziebarth, Mark T, 
Ziemann, Fredia L W. 
Zifcheck. NancN L 264, 435 
Zimmerman, Denise L 395 
Zimmerman. Gail 459 
Zimmerman, Gunther J. 435 

Zimmerman! Laura a' 3^ 
Zink, Unda M. 
Zinn. Jeffrey T. 
Zinner, John L 
Zipperle. Patnoa A, AfT 



Zitkovic. John J 
Zogorski, Joe R. 
Zopfi. Sandra A. 327 




Index 507 





JB gods concealvifGm the living how plea! 
ath is, so they*will continue to live. ^ 



— Luncan 





IN MEMORIAM 



JUDY AARON 

Sophomore 

February 5, 1979 



!nt and 
Retired 



JIMMY BROWN 

President of Alumni Associatidn 

October 29, 1978 



MARY K. BURRIER 

Chairman, Department of 

Home Economics, Retired 

October 5, 1978 



RICKY ELVIN DAY 
* J^ -JE.reshman 
^ June ir " 

*^^' STEPHANIE JONES 
Freshman 
May 21, 1978 



DON McKINNON 
,i*^-1P» Freshman 

March 11, 1979 



^^^^^v^^^MMi.. 



MAIMI WEST SCOTT 

Assistant Professor of 

Education, Retired 

February 2, 1979 



BILL SHANNON 
•Assistant Professor of Health and 
Assistant Football Coach, Retired 

October 19, 1978 



EDITOR'S NOTE 



Being Editor of the 1979 Milestone was an exciting and rewarding job. it 
brought with it many hours of work and headaches but good memories are far 
more outstanding. Late night hours formed many friendships that otherwise we 
could have never experienced. 

The Milestone represents the combined efforts of some very special 
people — my section editors. These students put in long hours to complete the 
pages you have just seen. Barry Miller, Copy Editor, did more than his job of 
proofing already written copy. He wrote much of the copy in this book and 
always did so without complaint. Shelley Steele, Student Life Editor, tossed 
many ideas around and finally successfully completed a very difficult section. 
Kim Burns, Academics Editor, assured me all year that her section would be 
done and that it was. She worked long nights at the end and produced a fine 
section. Sports Editor, Chris Elsberry, brags he completed his section "with no 
problems" and that he did it "all by himself." Even though he seems to tell 
everyone about it, he is telling the truth. Jill Secrest, Organizations Editor, had 
her section all over the office but somehow managed to find everything she 
needed to finish her pages. For the second year in a row Jill's talent is reflected 
in the Milestone. Classes Editor, Debbie Kegley, had many problems starting 
when her deadline arrived before her classes pictures did. She then had to 
work double time not only in her section but also in finalizing pages due from 
the loss of a section editor. Kim Wharton, Index Editor, had a busy schedule but 
managed to do the tedious job of indexing every individual in the book. 
Business Manager, Jim Austin, shouldered the responsibility of handling all 
aspects of finance and picture sales. 

A very special thank you goes to former Editor, Allen Engle. He stepped in 
when needed and finished pages and helped me with any problems I had. 

My most sincere thanks goes to advisor, Larry Bailey. I can't say enough about 
how much he did or helped me. Besides advising, he also was a photographer 
and without him the book would still be in its planning stages. 

I would also like to thank the photographers. University photographer, Paul 
Lambert, worked many hours shooting and printing pictures that fill these 
pages. He was backed by student photographers, Scott Adams, Steve Brown, 
Doug Fruchtenicht, and Jim Kelley. A thank you is owed to Mr. Donald Feltner 
and everyone in the Public Information office for everything they did. Also, I 
would like to thank my sorority sisters and my mother. They both helped me a 
great deal and stood beside me when things got rough. Last, I would like to 
mention Bob Anderson, Ralph Van Dyke, and Becky Alexander plus all other 
people at Delmar Publishing Company. 

It seems there have been so many people to mention but without them this 
book would not be completed. 

Margaret Ann Hiles 



510 Editor's Note 




Editor's Note 511 , 



Specifications 



The 1979 MILESTONE was prepared by the students of Eastern Ken- 
tucky University and printed by offset lithography by Delmar Printing 
Company, Charlotte, North Carolina. 

The paper stock is 80-pound Westvaco Coronation dull offset stock; 
with the fencefold printed on 100-pound stock. 

The cover is a brown Cordoba with a black overtone. Book title and 
date are top foil stamped, with the design and backbone blind em- 
bossed. 

Body copy for the opening pages is Optima Medium 14 point with 
two-point leading; and for the remainder of the book Optima 
Medium 10- and 12-point with two-point leading. All cutlines are 
eight-point. Senior listings are 10-point and underclasses, nine-point. 
Headlines are Optima Bold. The Student Life and Sports sections were 
printed in a lacquer over black process. The division pages are printed 
two-color black and P. M.S. #471. All photographs are Duotones. Head 
styles on divisions are Format #5642 Alpine, body copy is screened to 
40% value. Line art is one-color, black. 

Cameras used to photograph activity pictures both four-color and 
black-and-white included Nikon (35mm), Canon (35mm), Nikkormat 
(35mm), Minoital (35mm), Contax (35mm), and Hasselblad (2 V4 x 2 Va). 
Lens focal lengths used ranged from wide angle, 18mm, to telephoto 
500 mm. Senior and underclass portraits were photographed by 
Steven's Studios, Bangor, Maine. 

Press run was 7,500 copies. 



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